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More LGBTQ programming announced at Contact Theatre

More LGBTQ programming announced at Contact Theatre

The newly re-opened Contact Theatre has announced its programme for Autumn/Winter, and are really keen to shout about the strong LGBT strand that runs through their scheduled shows. 

They're proud to be showing a range of fantastic queer performance as they move towards Queer Contact in February 2022.

The notable performances to watch out for include;

Mandla Rae's 'as british as a watermelon': https://contactmcr.com/shows/mandla-rae-as-british-as-a-watermelon/

The Queer House's 'Pink Lemonade': https://contactmcr.com/shows/the-queer-house-pink-lemonade/

Nathaniel Hall and Dibby Theatre's 'First Time': https://contactmcr.com/shows/dibby-theatre-first-time/ 

The Contact has trailblazed Queer performance for many years now and following the extensive refurbishment, provides a further opportunity to showcase work from both established performers aswell as new work.

The Vogue Ball was one such production and although this years event is already SOLD OUT a waiting list is in place.

Published: 30-Sep-2021

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