A playful ode to gay and queer cinema featuring performances, talks and surprises inspired by queer heroes and heroines in celluloid.
Tonight the hero is writer and melancholy master of the bon mot, Quentin Crisp (1908-1999).
A screening of the seminal documentary Resident Alien with Crisp as the archetypal Englishman in New York, will be supported by performances from Bette Bourne and Paul Shaw, known iconic gay rights activists spanning decades. Also featuring resident ‘Glitter Dispenser’ Liz Clarke and compere beyond compare Tom Marshman.
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