Hir Preshow Talk

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Honey, I’m Home!

Join our panel of invited guests for a free preshow talk before Taylor Mac’s Hir in the Theatre. The discussion will be lead by Bush Associate Artists – Milk Presents –  to unpick and re-mould our queer relationships to home and heteronormativity.

The Panel

Nadia Fall – Director of Hir and incoming Artistic Director of Theatre Royal Stratford East
Joe Parslow – PHD Candidate in queer performance
Krishna Istha – Performer
Leo v lucy j skilbeck – Artistic Director of Milk Presents
Travis Alabanza – Performance Artist
Griffyn GilliganHir cast member

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23 Feb
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28 Jan
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17 Feb
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17 Feb
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