Perform Gender was a multi-disciplinary event celebrating art, theatre, queer culture and gender equality.
The event featured:
Why Not Us? is a multidisciplinary piece of the theatre that examines gender inequality from the perspective of both men and women. Set in London, the play examines relationships, work politics, the film industry, the media and the music industry. It is visually dynamic, clever, comic, and thought provoking.
Nothing like a wild comedy blending cabaret, drag and street protest to kick off your weekend. Two French idiots cross-dress and undress their way through perilous dance routines, in a bid to redress gender inequality. Join them as they hit the glass ceiling. With your help they might just break through! Unless they come crashing down and get their knickers in a twist. Whatever the odds, their mission will be to amuse, provoke and arouse you. The Two Tongue girls do whatever it takes!
Princess Belle is just arriving from the Eurostar after leaving her kingdom, her friends and most of all her soon to be ex husband the Beast. Exhilarated by her new found freedom she discusses her life as a princess, the highs and lows of her relationship. In her own self-centred way she gives her version of her story. She is embarking on a journey that will make her a new princess.
An International Art Collaboration exploring the construct of feminity
SHE showcased the work of over 60 visual and performance artists as part of the Perform Gender Festival hosted by Ugly Duck. You’ll discover the work of local and international artists exploring the theme of femininity, feminine identity and issues faced by women worldwide.