ALT B: BOLD MUD – Live Music & DJ

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31 May

Boundary bending live music, flaunting the grit in glamour.

Bold Mud is an electronic music and live-art event showcasing and celebrating early career queer artists. An intimate provocation, Bold Mud makes mischief and pushes the boundaries of performance. They’ll serenade the last day of Spring with live acts in a cozy library space, followed by DJ sets to move and groove to, within and as a community.

Bold Mud is a collaboration between the award-nominated Bold Mellon Collective and the ever-genre-bending Mud Summons Records. Over the past year Bold Mud has brought cutting-edge queer creativity and international acts to VFDalston, Netil Radio and The Social.

Emilia Nurmukhamet (@em_talgat) (she/they) is a queer migrant theatre maker, performer and creative facilitator. Emilia’s work focuses on an interdisciplinary approach to performance: combining live sound, digital media and performance art alongside focusing on autobiographical and documentary style writing.

Dear Annie (@dear_annie_arts) (they/them) is a queer, trans interdisciplinary artist and Dance Movement Psychotherapist who uses dance, music and spoken word to weave binary-melting stories with autobiographical beginnings.

Bold Mellon (@boldmelloncollective) is an award-nominated multidisciplinary arts collective dedicated to amplifying intersectional queer stories, artists in residence at Lyric Hammersmith (2021), Above the Stag (2021-2022), Stanley Arts (2022-2023), Kings Head Theatre (2023-2024) and Ugly Duck (2024)

Running order:
19:30 – Live Music Starts
20:45 – Interval
21:00 – DJ Starts
23:00 – DJ Ends

Times & Prices



31 May 7:30pmFrom £10

  • Student / Under 30: From £7.50
  • Unemployed/Unwaged: From £7.50
  • Access: From £7.50
  • Standard: From £10
  • Feeling Generous: From £15

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Running time approx 3 hours 15 minutes

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