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After ViolenceBaroque Drag: Gender Masculinity and Violence

16/11/2018 @ 20:00 - 23:30

£8 – £12

On November 16 + 23, _REMIX will present a unique baroque drag experience, After Violence. Performed  by drag queen Rhys’s Pieces, non-binary vocalist Ella Taylor,  lute player  Sam Brown and  electronic musician  Benjamin Tassie,

After Violence will explore gender, masculinity and male violence from a uniquely queer perspective. Using the music of baroque composer John Dowland as a framework, After Violence will  incorporate elements of dance, cabaret, drag, electronic-pop and baroque music to explore plural perspectives on maleness and masculinity. Performed in the beautiful Tudor setting of the National Trust’s Sutton House in Hackney, and at the Dulwich Picture Gallery as part of a gallery Late, After Violence will celebrating  diverse identities through radical, cross-genre performance. Text and direction is by FXXX BXXXX of Oedipa.

At Sutton House After Violence is presented as a stand-alone event, with a bar throughout.  At the Dulwich Picture Gallery the work will be presented as a response to the gallery’s current exhibition ‘The Art of Violence’ and will be performed in front or Ribera’s monumental painting ‘Apollo Flaying Marsyas’.

On  November  03 _REMIX  will run two  workshops for members  of the LGBTQI+ community  to share experiences and inform  the creation of After Violence. Workshops will be held at the Dulwich Picture Gallery.



20:00 - 23:30
£8 – £12
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Sutton House
2-4 Homerton High Street,
London, E9 6JQ United Kingdom
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