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International Women's Day

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Venue: Gallery Cafe

7:30pm-10pm | £8 adv / £10 otd (conc. £5 adv / £7 otd)

On the eve of International Women's Day, come to St. Margaret's House for a night of gender clownery and feminist fun on Thursday 7th March.

Performing on the night:

Loose Willis

An electrifying performer, hilarious raconteur, erotic enigma and currently residing in his car. When not doing questionable things for money, Loose enjoys meeting his fans, hiding from his debt collectors and nachos. Loose performs as part of Pecs Drag Kings, an all-female/non-binary theatre and cabaret company who’ve been creating critically acclaimed shows for the LGBTQ+ community since 2013

Benjamin Butch

King of the Fringe 2016 winner and Man Up 2018 finalist BenjaminButchchallenges the social construction of masculinity and femininity. By blurring the lines between gender binaries, Benjamin celebrates their experiences from transness to menstruation in comical and informative performances.

Smidge Swayer - A* at Queermatics

Smidge Swayer is FED UP of their Grey and Glum School Uniform- dare they beat the drone of their Headteacher's Uniform Rules and reveal a more...Expressive Alternative?

and more tbc

Hosting the night will be the phenomenal Alice&Lisa: a double act who have been working in comedy for the last 3 years. Having trained together together at Jacques Lecoq theatre school in Paris, they also co-run Bric-a-Brac theatre company together.