Thu23Feb20177:00 pmFusion, Loughborough Students' Union
Exploring the joys and trials of being a minority within a minority i.e. an individual who identifies as both BME and LGBT+. We'll be concentrating on identity and the importance of supporting people of colour in LGBT+ communities!
This year's topics include:
- Racial prejudice on dating apps
- The inclusion of LGBT+ education in faith schools
- The importance of intersectionality in political movements
Fri03Mar20177:30 pmVenue@DMU, 20 Western Blvd Leicester LE2 9BU
8pm til 10pm
Anerki vs House of Verse providing acts of devastatingly peaceful insightful eclecticity as they fight for the audience's attention.
Members of POST WAR ORCHESTRA who make sounds of peace from instruments of war. Literally. Expect battleship radio, submarine sonar, rifle barrel flutes, beautiful sounds.
Stunningly enormous peaceful visuals delivered by CREATIVE MANIFESTO
Thu09Mar20177:00 pmThe Exchange Bar. 50 Rutland Street, LE1 1 Leicester, United Kingdom
Moonshine Word Jam is back with for International Womens Day special!
Come enjoy a magical evening of Moonshining, hosted by Mellow Baku and Lydia Towsey.
Special features: Cynthia Rodríguez and Mythm
All accompanied by live improvisation from our fantastic BootLeg Trio: Sophie Fishwick (drums), Fran Bass (bass) and Deb Mawby (saxes).
Fri31Mar20178:00 pmThe Font, 52 Gateway St, Leicester LE2 7DP
Playing with ANATOMY.
Anerki is a monthly event of underground artistic expression: Music, Spoken Word, Rap, Visual and Digital Live Art, Dance, Comedy, Film and Free Speech. Always free of charge, it is entertaining, educational and conscious.
It aims to break down age and cultural barriers in society and to bring about inspirational change through the arts. Occurring as it does in Leicester, a plethora of nationalities and languages are represented.
Anerki places no restrictions on what a performer might do; boundaries between disciplines need not be observed. It is a format where new, experimental ideas can be presented to an energetic, multi-cultural audience without fear of 'failure'. It harbours a very nurturing environment, which is vital in allowing the greatest art to be expressed.
Sat08Apr2017TBCThe Y Theatre, 7 East St. Leicester LE1 6EY
Playing with ANATOMY
More info TBC
Sat15Apr20177:00 pmRough Trade Nottingham, 5 Broad Street, NG1 3AJ Nottingham, United Kingdom
Shady Cow takes over Rough Trade Nottingham, transforming the space into a glitter strewn base for their crusade to promote lgbt queer artists and musicians in Nottingham. Featuring special guests Joey Fourr, Emily Franklin, ANATOMY, Ashley Kirlew with DJ support TBA.
For spring 2017 Shady Cow continues its crusade to promote LGBT Queer artists and musicians in Notts while raising money for Nottinghamshire Pride and local LGBTQIA advocacy groups in an extravaganza of music, deathdrops, art and activism.
Sat13May20177:00 pm2Funky Music Cafe 23A New Park Street, LE3 5NH Leicester, United Kingdom
House of Verse is House of Back in one of the best venues in Leicester with our festivalesque, mixmash extravaganza...
Come hang out, holler, ponder and get down on the dancefloor with us!
Pluck those vibes and immerse yourself in our lively variety tribe!
Expect: spoken word, comedy, live bands, DJs, beatbox, rap, projection art & more...
£7 (£5 conc.)
Concession = student, OAP.
Thu25May20177:30 pmJT Soar Aberdeen Street, NG3 1JB Nottingham, United Kingdom
decolonial queer punk show, £5
Sat24Jun20177:00 pmThe Tin at The Coal Vaults, Canal Basin, St Nicholas Street, Coventry CV1 4LY
Coventry's feminist clubnight! Featuring live bands, spoken word, DJs, zine distros and more...
MUSIC: Brutalistas, Nim Chimpsky, Dispute Settlement Mechanism.
SPOKEN WORD: Cynthia Rodríguez, Kat Hall, Amy Moores.
TUNES from DJ Jess!
Plus! Zines and books from the REVOLT DISTRO, zine making, DJ training, and so much more more.
£3 advance: http://
www.wegottickets.com/event/ 406990 . Donations on the door. 16+
Sat15Jul20178:00 pmSutton House and Breaker's Yard, 2 & 4 Homerton High St, London E9 6JQ