Sycorax Collective is making a new show called SOMEWHERE TO BELONG - a funny, silly show about Bi+ Visibility.
Bringing together stories from a global LGBT+ community, SOMEWHERE TO BELONG is a heart-warming comedy about loving more than one gender.
Created by the critically-acclaimed Sycorax Collective, and following their critically acclaimed & award nominated "BLUE"  join us on a journey through a collection of queer experiences, in search of a place to fit in.
Written and Performed by - Kim Scopes
Directed by - Gwenan Bain
Produced by - Laura Furner and Sycorax Collective
PRAISE FOR PAST WORK
★★★★★ 'Clever, funny, beautiful' -TheUpcoming.co.uk
★★★★★ '60 Minute Masterpiece' - London Pub Theatres
★★★★ 'Charming, original and informative' - Remotegoat
'Incredibly powerful' - Time and Space
'Standing Ovation Nomination' - London Pub Theatres [BLUE - 2019]
'Kim Scopes is a funny, cheeky, wonderful performer and you are guaranteed a frolic like no other' - Mike Bradwell
July 27th - 31st @ 7:30pm
(1hr with no interval)
Twitter/Insta - @Sycorax_co
Facebook - facebook.com/sycoraxcollective
Website - www.sycoraxcollective.weebly.com
Email - [masked]
The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
Twitter - @LandUTheatre
Insta. - @landutheatre
It’s part of a larger project which has been funded by the Arts Council, with interviews of over 30 people across the globe.
There will be an online archive of the interviews too, on which members of the Bi+ community are welcome to add their own experiences.
To be announced soon on social media.
SOMEWHERE TO BELONG has been made possible in part by assistance & funding from Arts Council, England (ACE) and the Lion and Unicorn Theatre
It's also at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre (like the Three Way play) 27th-31st July. I've posted events for the first and last night again, to avoid you missing a chance to see it but without cluttering the group events list. I'm now wondering if there is something especially bi about that theatre? :)
The Lion and Unicorn is not a cocktail bar but is well stocked with liquors and can mix them for you.
The pub is more accessible, has an outdoor large garden space and serves food; the theatre is upstairs and harder to access.