If Halloween for kids is all about candy, it seems like Halloween for adults is just a reason to put on a pair of trashy fishnets, no matter if you’re queer or not.
Screenings of Rocky Horror pop up in cities all across North America, and everyone wants to be somebody else, often in the form of Frank-N-Furter, Magenta, Columbia or Rocky himself. Seems like nobody ever wants to be Riff Raff. (I always did.)
Tonight and all weekend long at Reflections Cabaret, the Dalhousie Theatre Society is putting on a live performance of the hit show/film. Performance times vary from night to night, so check out their Facebook page for more info.
If you’re looking for a screening on Friday night, University of King’s College queer student group, King’s Pride, is hosting a screening of the movie. For more info, check out their Facebook page.
For something completely different and a little less Halloween-y over the weekend, you can check out The Company House. They will be having a fundraiser for the In the Dead of Winter Festival, featuring such artists as Jenn Grant, Ryan MacGrath, Amelia Curran and more. You can buy tickets and find more info here.
And to top it all off, a little gift for you, dear readers, as you head out toward your weekend. Jessica 6 is an electronic trio with vocalist Nomi Ruiz, formerly of Hercules and Love Affair. The track also features vocals by Antony Hegarty, whom Ruiz collaborated with on the H&LA track “You Belong.”