Subira, in Swahili, means patience. Something Subira Wahogo is quickly running out of. Join them for a night of spoken word poetry about being queer, black and angry. Weaving together the personal and political, through experiences and imaginations, spoken with rage, softness, and laughter. Witness patience at its end, queerness in its multitudes and blackness at its fullness. If you like poetry about punching people, yelling at racists, and having lots of feelings, come through!
“I don’t even like poetry but that was great” (Some guy one time).
Commissioned by The Marlborough Theatre and supported by the Irene Mensah Bursary.
If you have a Companion/PA then they can accompany you for free, please send an email to email@example.com to arrange a ticket, and let us know if you have any further access requirements. Ear plugs are available upon request.
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