It's the best time of the year folks. That time where all of the ghosties and ghoulies come out to play trick or treat. And where pray tell will you find them?, Falconetti's East Side Grill on Thurs Oct 23rd!
Welcome back to the stage Briggs O'Toole, Rosie Thornbush, Cat A Tonia and introducing Ruby Slickeur!!!
These sassy lil monsters are going to bring their own brand of what Halloween means to the stage, and want you to join in the fun.
I've been fretting over this for months, really since I got deathly ill this time last year. I think it may be time to move on from doing the photo booth at Sin City. It was only ever tangentially relevant to Gothic BC, and becoming less and less so over time, and especially now that there is a Sin City website so that Gothic BC isn't even the definitive repository of images anymore.
This autumn, BBC Two, BBC Four and the British Library are celebrating all things Gothic with a new season of programmes exploring the literature, architecture, music and artworks that have taken such a prominent place in British culture.
Read more here:http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1DHZFB726CfZ29KDh4sDvnC/about-t...
A Gothic rosary necklace of very dark red Czech glass beads, silver roses, antiqued Sacred Heart connector, crucifix and Swarovski crystal rhinestone.
GothicBC is a resource for goths and like-minded bohemians, artists, musicians, etc. from Victoria to Fort St. John. Promoters and patrons of B.C. events can upload pictures to personal albums and share them in the public photo gallery to showcase these events. In the forum a whole gamut of topics are discussed. We feed our content to our facebook page and our Google+ page and have a Tumblr site for some extra eye-candy. People new to B.C. use the site as a resource to meet like-minded individuals. Former residents of B.C. use the site to keep an eye on what's happening "back home."
For more information, read the FAQ.