The Marlborough Pub and Theatre are delighted to host Trans Pride Art Night for the third year running. Join us for a showcase of incredible trans & non binary talent.
1 TICKET, 3 SHOWS
Travis Alabanza is a Black, genderfucking, non-binary performance artist, currently 2016/17 Artist in Residence at the Tate. Their work combines live performance, poetry, soundscapes and projection to scream about their survival. Recently starring in Scottee’s 5* production ‘Putting Words in Your Mouth’, their work has been featured in I-D, Beyond the Binary – and performed across the UK. recently supported Mykki Blanco in Brighton.
Jak Soroka “We Will Remember”
This performance ritual is an exploration of the Marlborough’s queer history, a call to remember in the face of historic and current erasure of trans and queer histories.We exist. We are not new, we are not a trend. We have always been here.
A walk into ways of remembering, space to mourn, respect and salute what has come before us – to feel backwards into the past.
This is an on-going project to create site-sensitive performance actions that physically engage with moments of trans and queer resistance in Brighton.
Hester Chillingworth – Shorty
Shorty is a deconstructed drag-child of indeterminate gender, who frays at the edges and plays at the edges.
Neither here nor there, neither this nor that, Shorty brings a spare change of clothes to most places, and usually has to use them.
This show champions the not-quite, the slight and the awkward. It’s about the importance of grey areas.
Shorty was the Chisenhale Dance Space and Marlborough Theatre 2016 Small Spaces commission.
If you have a Companion/PA then they can accompany you for free, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org 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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