Shows: Wednesday 10th October, 7.30pm
Tickets: £10 Full/£6 Concessions/£4 Discounted
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Over the next two years Theatre in the Mill are delighted to be working in partnership with the Marlborough Theatre Brighton, a
venue who work year round with LGBTQ+ practitioners to support and present extraordinary performance by pioneering artists.
New Queers on the Block is a new touring scheme showcasing some of the artists they work with in a celebration of all things queer. The night will feature some of the finest international queer work from Rachael Young, Hester Chillingworth, Stacy Makishi & Marikiscrycrycry, hosted by Ophelia Bitz. Plus, in each town they visit, there will be a local LGBTQ+ artist joining the ranks.
Expect shows about being a queer black woman channelling the power of Grace Jones, memories of a queer childhood, reclaiming your faith with the help of pop music, and black melancholy through the legacy of Tupac.
We will shortly be announcing an exciting local guest performer who will join the line-up, so keep an eye on social media for updates.
A gathering for Bradford Queers at Brick Box Rooms on Ivegate. Come down for food and chats before we head down to Theatre in the Mill for the first instalment of New Queers On The Block!
New Queers on the Block is a scheme supporting the development of LGBTQ+ artists & audiences across the UK developed by The Marlborough Theatre.
Heres what people are saying about our line-up:
Rachael Young – “An uncompromising original tornado" The Stage
Stacy Makishi – “Brilliant” The Guardian
Marikiscrycrycry – “a raw portrait of black, queer identity and politics” Exeunt Magazine
Hester Chillingworth – “hilarious, witty and entertaining”, A Younger Theatre
The scheme is developed and presented in partnership with Theatre in the Mill (Bradford), Live Art Bistro (Leeds), Home Live Art, Coastal Currents (Hastings), Quarterhouse Folkstone, ]performance s p a c e [, AB&B, Left Coast and QUOD (Blackpool) Supported using public funding by Arts Council England and with support from Jerwood Charitable Foundation.