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The Horse Hospital

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30 Colonnade, London, WC1N 1JD
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Queer Art & Culture Club

Queer Art & Culture Club is a Variety Show for the LGBTQI+ Community

Including Visuals, Talks and Performance

This evening we have;

Film screening: Drag Kings of Brazil

Introduced by Wendell Candido, a Brazilian Drag King from Rio de Janeiro. Very cheesy, sensitive and exaggerated.

  • Show and Talk by Jessica McKerlie with pieces from their show Gender Spanner!

A review show of what's happening in our Queer World NOW!

Lead by Ingo Cando, Artistic Director of Wotever World

Sit down & show 8pm

Tickets £8 in advance, £10 otd


Produced and Hosted by Wotever World

Thu 27 Jul


Random Acts Presents

Random Acts Presents screens an exciting selection of short films by young London based artist filmmakers. From animation and comedy, to dance and spoken word these bold and creative short films reflect the mosaic of contemporary life in England through the lens of its young artists.

All that is Dir. Camille Summers Valli and Wessie Du Toit

Beneath The Surface Dir. Yero Timi-Biu and Jessica Ashman

Goodbye Stranger Dir. Ka Ki Wong

Neighbour Dir. Adam Csoka Keller

The Thorn Dir. Oliver Endersby

The Wall Dir. Dorothy Allen-Pickard

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Dir. Kat Martin

Transfigure Dir. Kathryn Attrill

Two Dir. Ifama

Untitled Sequence Dir. Lena Lewis-King

Goathland Dir. Pippa Young

Lifespan Dir. Jessica Bishop

Body Rites Dir. Naomi Berrio

Tower XYZ Dir. Ayo Akingbade

The films screened in Random Acts Presents are the result of commissioning opportunities enabled by ICA, Calling the Shots, Rural Media, Screen South and Tyneside Cinema. The project is a joint initiative by Arts Council England and Channel 4 Random Acts, seeing many of the short films broadcast by Channel 4 on television or online as part of Random Acts' First Acts series.

The project develops talent by offering film education, training, production support and funding to 16-24 year-olds to produce their short film. By 2018, 360 films will have been made and screened to audiences nationwide.

Fri 1 Sep


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