NQOTB comes courtesy of Brighton’s Marlborough Theatre and travels around the UK, developing relationships with venues and showcasing a local artist alongside touring performers. Performers Marikiscrycrycry and Adam Frost will be showing at the Printworks on 20th September. 

Marikiscrycrycry, taken by Uemura Tadayuki 

He’s Dead – a new work from prolific non-binary choreographer and dancer Marikiscrycrycry, uses different dance and choreographic techniques, as well as live action and song to ask the question, ‘Was Tupac depressed?’ We will never know for sure because of his untimely death. So what are we left with?

Adam Frost, taken by Celine Antal

Sink Plunger is a multi-disciplinary performance exploring the intersections of contemporary queerness and mental health. Adam, who is from Hastings, uses drag, visual art, cabaret, film, music and fashion in their work.

20th September – Hastings, Home Live Art 7pm-8.30pm £5/3.
The Printworks, The America Ground, 14 Claremont, Hastings, TN34 1HA. 
Find more information at www.homeliveart.com


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