July 25


07:30 pm - 09:30 pm

Event Category:

Arts & Culture, Live Performance, London, Theatre

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52-54 Kennington Oval

London, United Kingdom, SE11 5SW

Raze Collective have commissioned exciting queer performers from around the country to create some brand new work. See four short pieces of risk-taking, celebratory and innovative new performance in one night.

// Clumsy Bodies – Anatomy of a Panic //

Anatomy of a Panic is a multi-media performance looking at the current Trans moral panic and “think of the children” narrative, looking at how we can use the childhood imagination to envision better futures for ourselves.

// Erinn Dhesi -How to Find Your Future (Queer) Girlfriend //

This (faux) TED talk will give you the best practises you need to find your future queer girlfriend online. From analysing captions to photos, Erinn will ensure you have someone to bang by the next Pride festival.

// SamOne SamTwo – Werk in Progress //

Werk in Progress is a movement piece which interrogates what it is to exist, dream and strive in England as queer second generation migrants. We utilise our mothers’ dreams and their distinct work ethic as the point of departure. Having both emigrated to the UK from Uganda and El Salvador respectively, their attitudes inform our own behaviour towards work/labour. These are grounded in a fierce resilience which we breakdown and rehash as our own.

// Lasana Shabazz – Unicorns //

The Myth of the Unicorn originated in Ctesias’ Indica sharing visual similarities with a Rhino. Although this mythology has been Transformed by western and christian ideologies throughout history becoming a white horse.
Unicorns tells the story of what it is be queer person of colour in the LGBTQ+ community where recurring narratives are erased throughout history.
“When did my story become a brown mythology?..Categorised and archived before my birth.”