Join us for an evening of queer spoken word, music and comedy (online of course!) in celebration of LGBTQI+ History Month Scotland! This year's theme is intersectionality and unsung voices, which is pretty fitting for us. Your evening's entertainment will feature eight dazzling performances from queer women, non binary and trans folk, plus the launch of a shiny new zine.
This event is free and non-ticketed, so just click the Zoom link below on the night to attend. Please arrive sharpish as we will start bang on 7pm!
If you haven't been to a Hysteria event before, feel free to check out our social media. We are a platform for women, non binary and trans creatives (think ABCD: anyone but cis dudes) but all are welcome to attend as an audience member!
Look forward to welcoming you into our lovely wee community (albeit virtually).
PS -- We would like to thank the Equality Network LGBTI Recovery Fund for making it possible to pay the queer performers and organisers involved in making this event possible (which also means it's free to attend!) Pretty rad, huh?
FREE. Access via Zoom meeting link.
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