Erase Erase Erupt: A Queer and Feminist Theatre Festival

Katzpace, Katzenjammers, 24 Southwark Street, London

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Sun 12th May 2019 to
Wed 15th May 2019

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Where:Katzpace, Katzenjammers, 24 Southwark Street, London SE1 1TY
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Times:19:30 - 22:00

About the event

'Erase Erase Erupt' is a new festival of in-development queer and feminist theatre and performance. Across four evenings artists will explore queerness, sexual violence, gender identity and more in a range of mediums: theatre, spoken word, song, cabaret, drag. Expect a glorious programme of work from exciting emerging artists, pushing the boundaries of form and content, learning, discovering and exploding.

It is time for the voices of those who are usually erased, to erupt.

Across four nights, the festival features two alternating programmes, details of which can be found below.

PROGRAMME ONE: 12th and 14th May

Devised Theatre: 'Fight. Flight. Freeze. Fuck.' presented by Pink Freud Theatre

We have fought.
We have flown.
We have frozen.
And we have fucked.

Three people have stories to tell. These are stories of smeared consent, sexual violence, rape. Let’s create a space in which to hear them. Let’s create a space in which they can respond to them.

This is a play about voices and spaces and sexual violence. It is also a play about kindness.

Followed by ‘A Night of Cabaret’
Cakey Fake aka Lauryn England
Cerise Rei
Reverend Jacob Adams
Daviday Dyke aka Anna Wilde
ReiD8 Dance Troupe
Headliner: Izzy Joan presents 'Bi/Bi'

PROGRAMME TWO: 13th and 15th May

Devised Theatre: 'Dead Reckoning' presented by Clumsy Bodies

'More Americans believe they have seen a ghost than have met a trans person' - Faye Seidler

Based on interviews and archives from the trans and non-binary community, Dead Reckoning is a journey with no map to follow, where we’re making the rules up as we go along. How, as trans and non-binary people, do we write ourselves full of joy? How do we write ourselves living?

Followed by ‘A Night of Spoken Word’
Maxine Sibihwana
Rae Levine
Manisha Mohan
Amelia Brown
Tor Vickers
Jess Rahman-González
Oli Isaac Smith
Headliner: Lady Unchained

Presented by Pink Freud Theatre and friends

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