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And What? Queer Arts Festival 2018
And What? Queer Arts Festival 2018

And What? Queer Arts Festival 2018

Don't miss this jam-packed festival celebrating queerness and art!

Booking until 31 October 2018 | Visit website

The third annual And What? Queer Arts Festival features dance, digital arts, theatre, spoken word, music & song, installation, performance parties and visual arts from queer artists in venues and spaces around London for the entirety of October.

The festival will include more London premières than you can shake your selfie-stick at, including 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 off that taffeta! The festival is also bringing back Queer Art(ists) Now, the open-call visual arts exhibition that stormed the programme last year.

With 20+ events, there's a little somethin’ somethin’ for everyone.

Please see the website for full details.

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