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Emma Frankland presents

Rituals for Change

  • Friday 10 March 7:30pm

The Spire, St Mark’s Chapel, Eastern Road

60 mins

A free performance of this critically acclaimed show, in Brighton’s most beautiful venue.

‘Emma Frankland’s euphoric Rituals for Change is [a] near-perfect twinning of content and form. A hymn to mutability, an earthy, messy sacrament to constant evolution and alteration, it charts her gender transition in a series of gnomic, interlocking actions.’ * * * * * The Stage

Rituals for Change is a live theatre performance exploring themes around change, gender transition & transgender identity. Using combined practices of live performance, visual art and theatre, it is semi-autobiographical and created in collaboration with Eilidh MacAskill (Fish and Game; Gendersaurus Rex) and Myriddin Wannell (Wild Works).

Meet at the Marlborough Pub at 7 pm to catch the free minibus up to the venue – first come first served! The bus will head back to the Marlborough at 9 pm.

Alternatively, the 1A bus takes you up to the venue and costs £2 for a single. Get off at the St Mary’s Hall stop. It is a 25-minute walk from The Marlborough.

The venue is accessible however, there is not an accessible toilet. If you have any questions regarding accessibility contact

Tickets are free, but please book in advance. If you have booked a ticket but cannot make it, please let us know.

Supported by Arts Council England and The Wellcome Trust.

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