Snow White and the Seven Queers promises to be a dynamic, activist and FAAAABULOUS piece of theatre, kicking off Homotopia Festival’s residency week-long residency at the Unity Theatre.
1st — 7th November
Homotopia are happy to announce that they will be returning to Unity with their Festival!
Can the show go on? Tabby Lamb’s follow up to the critically acclaimed Since U Been Gone explores rural isolation, intergenerational queerness and show tunes, in this heartwarming play about the place we call home.
Will Jackson has accidentally stolen 300-second-class stamps from the post office. But he’s making them count. He’s going to write letters. From reconnecting with old friends and ex-boyfriends to run-ins with the marketing department at John Lewis, stamp collecting has never looked so sexy…
Written and performed by Jade Anouka. Based on a real journey, our heroine is trying to follow her heart.
Published throughout lockdown with four digital issues released, this one-off special event transports the work from page to stage with some very special performances brought to you by Harry and friends.
Hosted by actor and poet Jade Anouka with filmmaker and director Campbell X, this is an opportunity for Merseyside based QTIPBoC folks to meet, share, learn and relax with like-minded creatives, artists and writers
David Hoyle has been at the forefront of true queer performance. A fireball of the cabaret apocalypse, David is the avant-guardian, all singing, all raging wonder. David is post drag, post gender and impossible to beat.