PANSY and THE HOUSE OF PRESENTS are so excited to present: Drag Syndrome.
This is going to be drag show like you have never seen before! Join us for a night of truly empowering performance. Doors at 23, shows around midnight, dancing and drag all night long!
We are delighted to take part in curious arts festival 2019 which will take place at Baltic centre for contemporary art.
This lively evening explores gender through queer performance and screenings by celebrated local and national artists. BALTIC is Curious' triple bill includes Lazlo Pearlman’s Dance Me To the End Of Love, Amy Bell’s TOMBO(Y)LA and Drag Syndrome, an underground drag event performed by drag queens and kings with Down’s Syndrome.
£12 / £8 concessions / £10 before 30 June Tickets: curiousfestival.co.uk
OxPHWOARd: 2019 Pride Edition
In a glittering array of lip syncing, striptease and comedy, Ginger Tart and her cast are celebrating Oxford Pride the fabulous way. With some of the best in the subversive UK burlesque and drag scene, OxPHWOARd is an explosion of queer, neo and boundary-pushing cabaret: from the fierce and feisty to the silly and surreal.
info and tickets: https://oldfirestation.org.uk/whats-on/oxphwoard-2019-pride-edition/
We are delighted to bring Drag Syndrome to Wandsworth Fringe Festival
Dates: 3, 4, 5 May 9pm
venue: The Arches at St Mary’s Church, High Street Putney London SW15 1SN
Saturday evening exhibits the diversely championed theme of resistance, with a line-up curated to match in the Elgar Room.
Headlining the night will be a high-spirited performance from Steam Down founder and United Vibrations member, Ahnansé. Resistance will also feature Drag Syndrome, a syndicate of fierce queens with Down syndrome.
INFO & TICKETS:
Join us for an evening of talks, workshops and performances that will challenge what ‘normal’ bodies look like and explore personal stories of living with a spare part or altered organ.
Is access to new technologies, whether state-of-the-art 3D printed limbs or the latest health app, giving us greater control over our bodies and identities? How can our society and infrastructure be better set up to meet the needs of all bodies? And is the drive to improve and optimize our bodies always healthy?
Highlights include a performance by opera singer Victoria Oruwari, who uses her voice as a prosthesis to move through spaces, a talk by Sophie de Oliveira Barata, founder of the Alternative Limb Project and a collage making workshop with malady mag.
A collage making workshop with malady mag, where no bodies created are too far from the norm.
Don’t miss movement girl band The Yonis who will be performing a joyful ‘song’ celebrating difference and individual expression several times through the evening. Connect with your own body and join their open band practice.
The world's first Drag collective of queens and kings with Down’s syndrome explore the wonder of an extra chromosome in a boundary-pushing performance.
Opera singer Victoria Oruwari performs a sound work by artist Tabatha Andrews and composer Charlotte Harding exploring the process of listening, altered senses and otoacoustic emissions - tiny sounds our ears make in response to external noise. Following her performance, Victoria Oruwari will share how she experiences the world through sound and discuss her collaboration with artist Tabatha Andrews, whose work features in the SPARE PARTS exhibition.
SHAREABLE BIOME PERFORMANCE LECTURE
Is radical self-care for the microbiome possible? Artists Caitlin & Misha take a humorous look at fecal microbiota transplants and lead a microbiome meditation.
SUPERTURD CARD GAME
Play a round of Superturd with King’s College London PhD students Emily and Geraldine in The Gut and share your microbiome.
Do our bodies exist as systems that should be optimized and improved? Film screening and Q&A with King’s College London researcher Dr Btihaj Ajana and Thomas Christiansen, who has used self-tracking devices to manage his allergies and eczema.
And even more activities to come!
Our Café will be open for service during the evening - grab a drink from our bar from until 21:30 and enjoy food from the open kitchen until 21:00.
Friday Lates at Science Gallery London are a chance to explore the gallery after hours, enjoy a drink and bite to eat, and discover talks, workshops, performances and music brought to you by inspiring artists and researchers.
Hey Stockholm, we’re coming to the mighty Club Backdoor.
Drag Syndrome är en underground Dragshowgrupp där alla drag queens- och kings har Down's Syndrome. Gruppen började med att göra shower på små klubbar och barer i London, men har efter ett nyhetsinslag på Australiensk teve fått erbjudande om att uppträda världen över och gjort stora modevisningar och modereportage ibland annat tidningen ID. Senaste showen i Norge fick fem stjärnor av fem möjliga! På sin turné under 2019 gör det ett Sverigeexklusivt uppträdande den 25 januari på Backdoor där samtliga gruppmedlemmar i Down Syndrome kommer att bjuda på en enastående färgsprakande show!
Under övriga kvällen spelas det gamla- och nya superhits från världens alla topplistor! Helt enkelt musik man vill dansa sig svettig till hela natten lång! I "The Hole" kommer det att spelas Mello/Eurovision och gamla schlagerdängor ända fram till klockan 05.00!
This is going to be a smash!