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Dandy Darkly

Dandy Darkly

The amazing Dandy Darkly after the world premiere of his new Edinburge Fringe show “Myth Mouth!“, a whirlwind mash-up of spoken word, myths and creepy stories. (Without giving any spoilers, one of the latter stories has a “Black Mirror” vibe, if you know what I mean.) I really enjoyed it, and I would recommend it.

Dandy was kind enough to let me me take a few shots outside after the performance. This is in one of Edinburgh’s many lanes, just around the corner from CC Blooms, where the show takes place.

“Myth Mouth!” is on 7-16, and 18-28 August at CC Blooms at 18:45.

Phoene

Phoene

Phoene Somsavath, a musician and DJ, originally from Paris, but now based here in Glasgow, enjoying the club night she helped organise.

Louisahhh

Louisahhh

Louisahhh, performing a storming DJ set at a Bossy Love aftershow party hosted by Fɔːmat Glasgow.

Showna Boaby

Showna Boaby

Inside Katie’s Bar, before Mothertucker.

Ellie

Ellie

With almost 21 years of experience of this, Ellie’s clearly unimpressed by me doing experimental shots of her with my new camera.

Karolina Bregula

Karolina Bregula

Warsaw based artist Karolina Bregula is the director of “Office for Monument Construction“, which was filmed in Glasgow at the end of last year, and featured many local people as actors, including yours truly. (You can see me in the first of image gallery.) and David A. Allan, who I worked with on “Swung”. This picture was taken after the premiere at the Glasgow Film Theatre as part of the Glasgow International. It’ll be on show at the Market Gallery in Duke Street, Glasgow until the 8th May, after which it’ll be touring various arts festivals over the world. Next stop, Berlin!

End of the Night

End of the Night

At the end of Mothertucker on Katie’s Bar. From left to right: Lacy Rain, Bruise, Lady Bear, Lady October Fist, RuJazzle.