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Gutter Culture : 10/09/14


Citizen’s Theatre

Hamlet (19th September – 11th October 2014)

Shakespeare’s riveting but violent tragedy about a family dissolving under the weight of suspicion, murder, infidelity and greed comes to life under the direction of Dominic Hill and stars Brian Ferguson as Hamlet with Roberta Taylor as Gertrude and Peter Guinness as Claudius.

*50p tickets available for Hamlet on Saturday 13th September 2014

King’s Theatre

Dirty Dancing (Wednesday 10th – Saturday 20th September 2014)

The fastest selling West End show in history continues its run in Glasgow this fortnight bringing the iconic 80s movie tale of summer romance and stunning 60s soundtrack, including signature song, “(I’ve Had The) Time Of My Life” to the stage. 

The Tron Theatre

Janis Joplin Full Tilt (Thursday 11th – Saturday 13th September 2014)

Directed by Cora Bissett, this 45 minute triumph first aired at Oran Mor’s “A Play, A Pie And A Pint” last Autumn to rave reviews. Scottish actor and musician, Angela Darcy delivers a mesmerising performance as the now iconic American blues singer who died from a heroin overdose in 1970, aged just 27. A gritty, gripping tribute to godmother of rock.


“Granny Would Be Proud” Vintage Fair, The Shed, Shawlands (Saturday 13th September)

Now in its fourth year, “Granny Would Be Proud” Vintage Fair brings over 250 traders together and strives to promote independent creatives and bring together like-minded people. It boasts vintage clothing for men and women, accessories, retro glasses, homewares, baking, jewellery, hats, shoes and bags! “Granny Would Be Proud” will be at The Shed this Saturday from 12pm.

Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair, The Briggait, Glasgow (Sunday 14th September)

One of the UK’s biggest and best vintage fairs makes its Glasgow debut this weekend at The Briggait; a MUST for fans of all things vintage! Expect fashion, homeware, craft, beauty, music, tea and cakes! Lou Lou’s Glasgow Vintage Fair kicks off at 11am until 4pm and entry is just £2 (under 12s are FREE!) Pin-Ups Beauty will be styling hair and doing make-up on the day, appointments are available by emailing


GENERATION 25 Years Of Contemporary Art In Scotland, Gallery Of Modern Art (GoMA)

GENERATION is a landmark series of exhibitions charting the incredible development of contemporary art in Scotland over the last 25 years. It has been running since March and concludes in November 2014 bringing works of arts by over 100 artists to 60 venues across the country. On show at GoMA this week are Moyna Flannigan’s Stare, Sara Barker’s For Myself & Strangers and Douglas Gordon’s Pretty Much Every Film and Video Work From About 1992 Until Now.

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, Trongate 103

Opened between Wednesday and Sunday, Trongate 103 are hosting tragic and funny stories told through the choreography of carved figures and scrap metal moving to music and synchronised light. A treat for fans of visual art.





Here Come The Girls . . .

Get ready, Glasgow . . . Here come the girls!

Next weekend sees the return of “Girls Day Out”, the twice annual fashion and beauty show that has taken the female population by storm here in Scotland, and beyond.

Running from Friday 29th November until Sunday 1st December, Glasgow’s SECC will open its door to gals of all ages for a glitzy, glam weekend of cocktails and champagne, exclusive catwalk shows, special beauty treatments and FREE goody bag!

Enjoy the Carrie Bradshaw treatment with exclusive exhibits in fashion, beauty and jewellery and more from Miss Coco, Flash Diamonds, Designers @ Debenhams, Benefit, The Corinthian Club, La Boutique and Rejuvenated Scotland, among many, many more.

High heels at the ready, the ultimate girly weekend hits Glasgow next week.

Tickets are available now but are expected to sell-out soon so hurry!




Scottish Fashion Awards 2013

Scotland’s fashion pioneers were honoured at the Scottish Fashion Awards, now in its 8th consecutive year this week.

Held in the prestigious Dover House in London, industry heads, designers and models graced a luscious red carpet for one of the glitziest and glamorous events in the fashion calendar. Hosted by style icon and TV Presenter, Laura Whitmore,  the audience included Bishopbriggs-born singer Amy McDonald, Olympic Medalist, Michael Jamieson and model, David Gandy.

Known for her bright, flowery, baby doll-inspired Autumn collection, designer Jennifer Morris accepted “Young Designer Of The Year” in a fitting pretty pale dress. Adding to her George Gold Award win in June, Lauren Smith won “Scottish Graduate Of The Year for her colourful printed outfits.

After featuring in US, Italian and British Vogue and Vanity Fair, Mary Charteris won “Scottish Model Of The Year”. For their handmade wooden sunglasses, which are stocked in London, Paris and Dubai, Finlay & Co. scooped “Scottish Accessory Designer Of The Year”  

For her skin-tight cat suits that were inspired by the punk era and have gained celebrity following for the past four seasons, Pam Hogg picked up the “Creative Excellence” award. She accepted in an edgy white trouser suit, showing off her sunflower hair.

Chosen by the general public, Scottish treasure Emeli Sande received the “Scottish Fashion Icon” award for her simple, elegant yet eccentric look she’s known for. The singer/songwriter’s silver crop and crimson lips beat off competition from Amy McDonald and Wimbledon 2013 champion, Andy Murray.

The highly sought after “Scottish Designer Of The Year” trophy was awarded, for the third time, to designer Christopher Kane. The Kane brand features detailed outfits breaking bounds in textiles, print and colour and has made appearances in Topshop, Barney’s and even the awards ceremony audience; both “Downton Abbey” actress Laura Carmichael and host Laura Whitmore were adorned in Kane creations.

Aside from the plaques, the winners’ prize for gracing Scotland and the world with their unique styles was a true Scottish banquet: scallops and haggis, lemon tart with Irn Bru granite and of course, Auchentoshan Malt Whiskey. Entertainment was Mel Gibson yelling “Freedom” in the background.

Just Kidding.

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Model Nate Green in Calvin Tucker Collection Illicit Styles in this story..
Hair: Chris Lundy
Makeup Shanequa Chambers
Photographer: Tt the Artist

Fashion Ravaged


This Gutter Fashion season we have gone bonkers from collabs to models to Stylist. In Fashion Ravaged New stylist Dani of Illicit Styles gives us a look into Fall Fashion…..Her Illicit styling skill hopes to save the Ravaged……In this story Cult Baltimore on Marq Clanton
! The Guru Jones. Models Amber Vandergeld and Victoria Starr all Illicit Styling. MODEL Nate Green in Calvin Tucker Collection. .

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