A Queer Collision is a mash-up of private and historical queer stories that is both funny and poignant. Against a backdrop of LGBTQIA+ social history, Stuart and Willie take us on a journey through their own tales of mischief and misadventure using dance, spoken word and comedy. Audio description has been embedded into the creative process, to create an experience that is resonant and accessible for those with and without visual impairment.
Pre-show cabaret performance in the Carne Foyer at 7pm. Main show is at 7.45pm in the Richard Burton Theatre.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Commissioned by The Place following initial R&D as part of Choreodrome (2020).
Supported through the FABRIC Create Residency programme, Pavilion Dance South West.