Isolation has exposed humanity. Not just a virus, but the to the unavoidable- self-reflection. Just how much does our cultural identity colour our experiences with each other? What would the landscape of connection look like if we were honest enough to speak about these experieces? Or if we refused to carry any labels?
Created in lockdown through Zoom with participants from the LGBTQ community by the poet and performer Mel Bradley and director Kieran Smyth, this innovative new play will be the first of a new programme of theatre to be both performed live and streamed around the world from The Playhouse theatre stage.
Join this cast of local participants from the LGBTQ community as they share their stories of fortitude, humanity, and courage.
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On The Subject Of Love
Proud To Be / Beyond the Labels of Me
ReEnergize - UTV Tonight 15/5/13
All There Is
ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN 1972: VOICES FROM THE HEART OF THE TROUBLES
Over The Wire 2014
Proud To Be / Beyond The Labels of Me- A Playhouse Production
Josef Locke- A Grand Adventure
Lilliput Theatre Company- 'Money'
The Playhouse Speakeasy 2016
The Jazz Festival Speakeasy
The Chemsex Monologues
An Evening with Bette Midler
See No Evil
ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN 1972: Voices from the Heart of The Troubles
Anything Can Happen 1972: Voices from the heart of the Troubles