New Queers on the Block Weekender
Three days of performance, screenings and cabaret happening in venues across Hastings and St Leonards from 5-7 March 2020.
Thursday 5 March
Reel Queers Screening Event curated by Sue Tilley
7pm, Printworks, Hastings
Artist and queer icon Sue Tilley presents a highly personal selection of film and television clips that have influenced her life and work.
Friday 6 March
Salty Cabaret Dome
12-4pm, outside Debenhams, Hastings Town Centre
Salty presents a unique pop-up cabaret space in Hastings town centre. Join us for an exciting programme of DJs, dancing, music and cabaret to amaze and entertain you throughout the day.
Saturday 7 March
BOUND by Lucy Hutson (captioned performance)
7pm, Masonic Hall, St Leonard’s
Part-live performance and part-film installation BOUND explores the slippery nature of identities – what happens when you finally bare it all and come clean?
GLOOPTOPIA! by Oozing Gloop (BSL interpreted)
8pm, Masonic Hall, St Leonard’s
The world’s only autistic green drag queen is back with a new language of political hope. Join them in this hilarious and fantastical wild ride into our psychic landscape
New Queers on the Block Weekender is produced by Home Live Art and Marlborough Theatre.
The project has been developed and delivered in partnership with Bradford’s Theatre in the Mill, Folkestone Quarterhouse, Home Live Art, Left Coast. NQOTB is funded by the Arts Council England, Jerwood Arts, Unlimited & Esmeé Fairban.