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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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