An evening of performance and song, co-curated and hosted by our very own Cabaret maestro Len Goetzee . . .
Time & Location
13 Oct, 19:00 – 23:00
Strange Field, 105 French St, Glasgow G40 4EH, UK
About the event
Enthral yourself with an evening of performance and song, co-curated and hosted by our very own Cabaret maestro Len Goetzee. Ease into a melange of Minelli, of intimate performances, contemporary dance inspired by traditions from across the globe, and lots and lots of candlelight. Featuring performances from Len Goetzee, Nikhita Devi, Chao-Ying Rao, Tamir Pettet and music from the one and only Dirt Brooks.
The event is hosted by Strange Field at 105-109 French Street. Doors open at 7pm with performances beginning from 8pm. This will be a relaxed seated event, with tables available for the first few rows. A selection of tantalising refreshments will be available from the bar.
Tickets are £9 and can be purchased from Eventbrite or on the door. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds, please get in touch for a subsidised ticket.
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Cabbage founder, Jenny Tipton, is a Mental Health First Aider and is present at all events for support should you need it. Jenny is always happy to chat and will endeavour to support you in your situation or, if needed, arrange transport for you to get home safely. Harassment or abusive behaviour to anyone at our events will not be tolerated. While we endeavour to provide access information and trigger warnings prior to an event, please do get in touch with us to discuss any specific access needs.
Travel and Access information
The venue is wheelchair accessible, however it does not currently have a fully accessible bathroom. There is accessible parking directly outside the venue on French Street with ramp access for wheelchair users. There is currently no heating at the venue, so please ensure you wrap up warm for the event. Hot and cold drinks will be available to purchase.
The closest train station is Dalmarnock Train Station, which is only a 5 minute walk to the venue.
First Bus Number 18 and Number 263 both depart from Ingram Street opposite GOMA to Dalmarnock's Bartholomew Street on Dalmarnock Road. Bus journey time is 14 mins.