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Mothers Bloomers returns to The Studio, Royal Exchange Theatre

Mothers Bloomers returns to The Studio, Royal Exchange Theatre

Mother's Bloomers

Trailblazing Queer performance platform Mother’s Ruin returns to Royal Exchange Theatre for Mother's Bloomers, a space for LGBTQ+ artists from Manchester and beyond to present bold, short new works.

Hosted by comic and Literary Death Match Manchester champion Fat Roland, Mother’s Bloomers 2019 will feature new work by 8 emerging Queer artists.

The mixed bill includes Black British spoken word poet Maz Hedgehog; non-binary artist, musician and maker Kate Stonestreet; theatre maker Caitlin Gleeson; independent dance artist from Halton John Adam Roberts; Australian multi-disciplined performer Rachael Kelly; Zimbabwean writer and performer Mandla Rae; gutter drag king made in Birkenhead, developed in Coventry and flourishing in Manchester, Dorian Wilde; performance artist, writer and creator originally from Melbourne, Tom Halls.

The Studio bar will be open before and after the show. We'll be Queering the space throughout and invite you to come and mix and mingle with the the artists, the Mother's Ruin team and each other.

Come and support these emerging Queer artists making new Queer work!

Mother's Ruin Artist Development Programme is supported by The Arts Council England, Royal Exchange Theatre, Contact and Cake Tin Foundation.

Saturday 16 Nov 2019

The Studio, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

Doors 7.30pm

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Published: 5-Nov-2019

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