Welcome to this years And What? Queer. Arts. Festival. It’s 2018 and we are 3-years old.

We are returning with an October-long celebration of Queerness, Art and Experiences. This years Festival features over 20 events, in venues and spaces around London, and includes dance, digital arts, theatre, spoken word, music & song, installation, performance parties and visual arts. We are SO excited to introduce more new artists to the And What? family as well as getting giddy about some old acquaintances.

We are super-thrilled to have the Danish company HimHerAndIt back for their third-year presenting GARDEN; its most ambitious work to date and the nominee of handfuls of theatre awards in Denmark. GARDEN is an experience for one person at a time and has VERY limited tickets - so don’t miss out!

We are also bringing back Queer Art(ists) Now, our open-call visual arts exhibition that stormed the programme last year (we almost had to barricade the doors on the Private View; it got frighteningly busy!) and there is a third iteration of our sexy Queerdo and very wonky Cabaret/Circus night Pink Bucket; this year’s theme is Of Spirit and will be hosted by the delectable Virgin Xtravaganzah.

What more? Well, in the spirit of supporting new work and keeping it fresh we have some work-in-progress showings happening in a deep-down tunnel and over A Roast Dinner. There is more London premières than you can shake your selfie-stick at, including: a mini-season of works over at Camden People’s Theatre, a brand new sound commission about cruising, The Other Friends of Clapham Common, hosted from Omnibus Theatre; and there is Zombies, Drag Queens, a 5-Star sell-out Vogue-Theatre show from Manchester’s ball scene, and a big old knees up in the form of a Queer Prom - dust of that taffeta!

Queer Migrant Takeover (a day of discussions, performance and partying from Queer Migrant performers) and The House of Kings of Queens keep it poised and political in equal measures, and closing the Festival - well, you have to take a bite of Travis Alabanza’s Burgerz.

Schizzle, that’s a lot, and I haven’t even scratched the surface! Check out the full programme - enjoy and support the artists!

Queer Arts For the Hearts of London

Andrew Ellerby, Artistic Director - xoxo

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  • Everything I Am
    Everything I Am (Natasha Simone) Tash is Black. Tash is queer. Tash is a woman. All at the same time. She’s...
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  • A Generous Lover
    A Generous Lover (La JohnJoseph) A Generous Lover by La JohnJoseph is the true and very queer tale of one soul’s...
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  • The House of Kings and Queens
    The House of Kings and Queens (Lee Price) Documentary photographer Lee Price explores life as a member of the LGBT+ community...
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  • Deeper Routes
    Deeper Routes / Queer Migrant Takeover (Queer Migrant Takeover) DR/QMT is a party, a celebration and a space for co-existence of...
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  • The ‘Other’ Friends of Clapham Comm...
    The ‘Other’ Friends of Clapham Common (Presented by And What? Queer. Arts. Festival, HB&Co and Omnibus Theatre) Usually available daily 10-1800...
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  • Poetry LGBT / And What? Special
    Poetry LGBT / And What? Special (Poetry LGBT / Andreena Leeanne) #PoetryLGBT started in January 2015 in Hackney, London Come and enjoy...
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    GARDEN (Himherandit) Himherandit Productions + And What? Queer. Arts. Festival invite you to enter GARDEN, a surreal immersive experience for ONE...
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  • Kingdom
    Kingdom (Artists of Affection) Step inside the kingdom of a couple of high femme weirdos with a magical world of their...
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  • Queer Songbook: Mixtape #1
    Queer Songbook: Mixtape #1 (Queer Songbook) Queer Songbook explores and celebrates the queer voice in songs from across the ages. An...
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  • Queer Art(ists) Now
    Queer Art(ists) Now Queer Art(ists) Now, presented by And What? Queer. Arts. Festival is our annual open call platform/exhibition for...
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  • Looks Like God Left The Phone Off T...
    Looks Like God Left The Phone Off The Hook (Samuel Kennedy) Featuring a 2-screen Video Installation Looks Like God Left The...
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  • Pink Bucket 3 - Of Spirit
    Pink Bucket 3 - Of Spirit Welcome back for your yearly injection of Pink Bucket. And What? Queer Arts Festival Presents: Pink...
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  • Swansong
    Swansong (Nathan Evans) A gentleman called Joan lands in a subdued, suburban care home like a colourful, combustible cocktail in a...
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  • Rent Party
    Rent Party (Darren Pritchard Dance) RENT PARTY, a 21st-Century Austerity Britain immersive show inspired by the 1920s Harlem Renaissance Rent Parties....
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  • Queer Prom - London
    Queer Prom - London (Queer Prom) Didn't go to your Prom? Or didn't go as your true self? Do it again. Do it...
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  • 'B'
    'B' (Gerrard Martin Dance) 'B’ is a duet, dealing with the issues of being both Black and Gay. Stimulated by events...
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  • Burgerz
    Burgerz (Travis Alabanza)   Hurled Words. Thrown Objects. Dodged Burgers. What does the trans body do in order to survive? And how can...
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  • The Saddest Music in the World
    The Saddest Music in the World (La JohnJoseph) Commissioned by And What? Queer. Arts. Festival In this new workshop performance, your pal...
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  • Digital Bodies
    Digital Bodies (MaloMalo) MaloMalo has teamed up with the And What? Queer Arts Festival to bring you DIGITAL BODIES. An exhibition...
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  • Queer Clash Diary
    Queer Clash Diary (The Raze Collective) The Raze Collective have teamed up with And What? Queer. Arts. Festival. to present a...
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  • A Sunday 'Roast'
    A Sunday 'Roast' (Timberlina & Friends) Commissioned with support from And What? Queer. Arts. Festival Join Timberlina & Friends at The Glory...
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