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Torch Song Trilogy

LGBT History Month is a time to celebrate the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. To commemorate this, we will be screening the 1988 classic 'Torch Song Trilogy' at our Glasgow Centre in our historic 'Dome' room. Join for this funny and touching look back at acceptance in 1970s New York City.

'Arnold Beckoff (Harvey Fierstein) is looking for love, respect and acceptance, but as a gay man working as a female impersonator in 1970s New York City, neither come easily. After a series of heartaches, Arnold believes he has found the love of his life in Alan (Matthew Broderick), and the couple make plans to adopt. But when tragedy strikes, Arnold's life is shaken to its very core, leading to a confrontation with his overbearing mother (Anne Bancroft), who has never approved of her son's lifestyle.'

The event is open to everyone. Tickets are free and hotdogs and popcorn will be provided. There will be a short break during the film. All that we ask is that you wear something purple if possible!

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    • The Glasgow Centre is situated at the heart of the City Centre and the building is fully accesible.

      For more information, please contact or call 0141 332 3838.


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