Lakeside Arts
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Conceived and performed by Stuart Waters and Willie Elliot

A Queer Collision

Tuesday 14 November, 7.15pm
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

Theatre & Dance
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1 hour 30 minutes including pre-show welcome 
Suitable for ages 16+
Content advice: Contains sexual content, reference to violence and sexual violence and experiences of homophobia

A Queer Collision is a mash-up of personal and historical queer stories that is both funny and poignant. Against a backdrop of LGBTQIA+ social history, Stuart Waters and Willie Elliott take us on a journey through their own tales of mischief and misadventure using dance, spoken word and comedy.

A thought-provoking, humorous night out with a selection of pre-show artistic invitations hosted by cabaret artists Ebony Rose Dark and Rajan Das. Artistically led by dancemaker Stuart Waters, who draws on his experience as a neurodivergent, queer man living with mental health access needs, A Queer Collision is both humorous and poignant. Co-created with local LGBTQIA+ communities and blind and partially sighted people the stories are delicately delivered with embedded audio description.

Touch tours for the visually impaired are available at 6.15pm and must be pre-booked via our Box Office on 0115 846 7777. Open Tues-Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 12noon-4pm.

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