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uthentiCity is an event is supported by Stonewall, created exclusively for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* (LGBT*+) students, who are looking to explore different career opportunities in the City of London.
Students will have the opportunity to speak to representatives from seven renowned firms. Each company will provide a valuable insight into their work, they will share their experiences of being LGBT* in the workplace and give students all the tips they need to gain future employment. The day will show students just how much they can accomplish whilst remaining true to who they are.
All the details you need to know…
When: 27th June 2018, 3pm – 7pm
Where: City of London. Exact address to be announced once your application has been approved. Travel expenses are reimbursed up to the value of £75 as we welcome applications from all over the UK.
Participating firms: Accenture, Aviva, BCLP, JLL, J.P. Morgan, KMPG and M&G Investments.
To apply, visit: https://authenticity-event.com/
Follow the event: @AuthCityLondon on Twitter #AuthCityLGBT
Last year, 26% of students who attended one of our events went onto be employed by one of the firms. Additionally, each student has their CV sent to the firms prior to the event, which is a fantastic opportunity to network with the representatives.
A Celebration of Liberation – of Genius awakening genius, of Light and delight.
Celebrating an enlightening and very entertaining world famous poem which has sold millions of copies ever since it was translated, adapted and published anonymously in 1859 by the gay suffolk born anglo-irish genius Edward FitzGerald 1809 – 1883.
“The eloquence of quatrain is the completion of sublimity” Persian saying
Set in a remote South African village, a reclusive older woman, outrages her Afrikaans neighbours by collaborating with a local shepherd to turn her family home into an extraordinary piece of art.
Based on the true story of Helen Martins and Koos Malgas and their creation, ‘The Owl House’.
Inspired by images from pictures and postcards, their world becomes dominated by form and colour. In her struggle to find the ‘light’, Helen looks towards Mecca as Koos faces the reality of apartheid prejudice and survival.
BRITISH PREMIERE, first performed in South Africa, 2009
Supported by Arts Council England.
Written by Daleen Kruger. Translated by Idil Sheard.
Directed by Jessica Higgs http://jessicahiggs.org/biography/
Matinee shows: Thurs 5th July & Sat 7th July: 2:30pm
18 years after the watershed cinema moment of ‘Boys Don’t Cry’, Hotpencil Press and Trans Creative present ‘Boys Don’t Cry – Boys Create’, an evening of Trans Masculinity, reclaimed and re-spun.
For the last 18 years trans and gender nonconforming artists have been telling our own stories, performing our own narratives, demanding to be seen. This new show explores ways to show our bodies and our worlds as they are lived. Not through a mainstream lens! Not with fetishisation! Not with death and destruction! All hail the new 21st Century Boys!
Artists include Husk, Elijah W Harris with Tallulah Rose Haddon, Jamie Hale, Krishna Istha and more tba.
Following the performance event Zorian Clayton of BFI Flare will host a panel to discuss the legacy of ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ and the trans masculine experience on stage and screen over the past two decades.
Event curated by Dr B. and Serge of Hotpencil Press (‘There Is No Word For It’, ‘The (Trans) Mangina Monologues‘, ‘The Butch Monologues’).
Supported by Arts Council England and Superbia at Manchester Pride.
Two years ago, two of the UK’s now finest Drag Kings simultaneously began their cabaret journey, attempting to take it by storm. Through their struggles and barriers as two trans bodies, and in the case of Chiyo – being QTIPOC, these two best friends have decided it’s time to take on a night of their own.
INTRODUCING… WOOF. The night for the stray mutts. It’s time to redefine what is sexy.
WOOF: Redefining Sexy is a smoking hot celebration of alternative/neo burlesque and drag; serving sex and smut. It’s a platform showcasing performers who do not fit the cookie cutter mold of the typical definition of sexy! [Read: those who do not fit the mold of skinny able-bodied cis white man].
We exist to dismantle these barriers that tell us we aren’t good enough.
YOU ARE NOT READY FOR THE LINE-UP WE HAVE IN STORE FOR YOUR GORGEOUS ASSES!
Special WOOF performances from:
Hosted by straight up sexy, Chiyo!
Plus performances from Woof creators, Chiyo and Benjamin Butch!
Smut Bucks will also be available to buy on the door so you can tip the performers if you wish!
If you are a lover of underwear, sexxx, dismantling the cis white patriarchy, neo-burlesque and alternative drag, WOOF.
Doors open at 7pm
Tickets £8/£6 advance and £10/£8 on the door.
Tickets available here: https://www.outsavvy.com/event/1590/woof-tickets
girl.boy.child – a mesmerising blend of history, song and image, performed by the inimitable David McAlmont – comes to Smallhythe, home to Christopher St John whose life and writing was a major source of inspiration behind this unique performance.
The performance is the culmination of research during the National Trust’s 2017 national public programme, Prejudice and Pride, and a collaboration with the University of Leicester’s Research Centre for Museums and Galleries (RCMG).
DEEP TRASH Escoria
Saturday 22 September 2018
at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club
20:00-02:00 (last entry midnight)
The legendary East London exhibition-cum-performance club night Deep Trash is back, with an episode entirely dedicated to the worldwide Spanish-speaking and Latinx contexts…. Bienvenidxs to… DEEP TRASH Escoria!
With never before seen performances in the UK, Deep Trash Escoria will take you through acts that consist of subversive flamenco, indigenous counteractions, radical analities, border-crossing resistance, Spanish anti-nationalisms and Latinx burlesque. Immerse yourself in a parallel exhibition of kuir, feminista y transmaricabollo cultures from across the globe: from ecosexual criticism to Frida Khalo’s re-stagings, from cyborgian pre-Hispanic sexual hybrids to contemporary drag, trans & non-binary lives – from Colombia to Uruguay and beyond!
Dressing up (or undressing) is highly encouraged.