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Up the Alley
Saturday 23 June 2018
HEY QUEERS!We're hosting a summer DIY weekender on the 23rd and 24th June!!ACOUSTIC HOUSE GIG/PERFORMANCE NIGHT WITH OPEN MIC AFTER!
£2+ donation OTDLINEUP:SubiraSea The PoetChuck SJ HayThe Tristan Chord*BYOBeverages* - be conscious there are non drinkers, and this is a chilled house gig so no rowdiness or drunkenness thanks.Up The Alley is an LGBTQ community run, grassroots, not for profit creative weekender!All proceeds made will be donated to Allsorts Trans Youth Charity.
Bradford Lit Festival
Polari LGBT Literary Salon
Friday 6 July 2018
Stein Bier Keller
The award-winning Polari LGBT Literary Salon returns to Bradford Literature Festival to entertain audiences with its ever-eclectic line-up of leading LGBT performers. Dazzling theatre lovers across the country for over 10 years, this event is guaranteed to make you laugh, cry, and everything in between.
Polari founder Paul Burston is back as the evening's master of ceremonies, introducing performances from a troupe of hugely talented artists: performance poet Sea Sharp; actor and writer Alexis Gregory; writer Kiki Archer; and “London’s worst living poet” Barbara Brownskirt. Always a BLF fan favourite, Polari is a night of lively discussion and pure entertainment. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
How Queer Are You?
Saturday 7 July 2018
University of Bradford
LGBTQ+ is a constantly evolving movement, and understanding how these umbrella terms have come to encompass the identities within them is becoming increasingly prescient.Historically, and still sometimes today, the word ‘queer’ has been used as a slur, until the 1990s saw a change in meaning to a self-identification as ‘not straight in a traditional sense’. The term was as divisive then as it is now.This event brings together three speakers to consider what it means to identify as queer from a cross-cultural perspective: Dibyesh Anand will reflect on being queer within the South Asian community; Claire Heuchan talks about her experience as a black radical feminist living in Scotland; and Sea Sharp discusses identifying as a non-binary, Afro-Native American “refugee of Kansas”.
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