Out & About: All hail to Homotopia.
Byline: with Andy Green Wing Commander Andy D Green OBE BA RAF (born 1962), a British RAF F-4 Phantom and Tornado F3 pilot and Officer Commanding Operations Wing at RAF Wittering, is the current holder of the land speed record and the first person to break the sound barrier on land.
THE fabulous Homotopia festival is drawing to a close but there's still time to sample some of its delights. If you've not been to anything yet -- shame on you -- there's The Lavender Club at Unity 2 tonight.
It's a free late night cabaret cabaret
Restaurant that serves liquor and offers light musical entertainment. The cabaret probably originated in France in the 1880s as a small club that presented amateur acts and satiric skits lampooning bourgeois conventions. , hosted by my best mate Best Mate (bay gelding, 28 January, 1995 - 1 November, 2005. Sire: Un Desperado, Dam: Katday) was a famous English trained racehorse and three-time winner of the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Lady Sian, featuring Chloe Poems and Terry Kilkelly amongst others. Fun kicks off at 10pm. But if you've picked up an early edition you could pop along to The Unity to see Bent at 8pm. It's a powerful play set amid the awakening of fascism in Germany -- a story of love, hate and prejudice.
On Saturday Tesco Metro in Clayton Square will be hosting Stepford -- a unique performance by my best mate Lady Sian. It's billed as an insight into the mind of one of Liverpool's most troubled housewives and friend to the stars.
There are various performances throughout the afternoon. If you missed Sandi Hughes' fab film Gayzin' Liverpoool at the Unity then fear not; I hear it may be getting a slot on the Clayton Square Big Screen.