DIY-KE STYLE 101: Style as Activism

Sunday 21 April
1-5pm | FREE-PWYC
By G(end)er Swap and Dyke Digital
Book your spot HERE.

DIY-KE STYLE 101: Style As Activism is an event exploring the use of style in queer activist culture. Workshops, A Style Symposium, Live Demo’s, An Activist Resource Reading Corner + more!

G(end)er Swap is an LGBTQ+ style outreach organisation that supports Trans+ people to access clothes and community. Dyke Digital is a fashion platform celebrating dyke fashion and imagery.

DIY-KE Style 101: Suits and Ties

Saturday 16 March
12-5pm | £7-£15
By G(end)er Swap and Dyke Digital
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Looking for a safe space to explore gender affirming style?
Join us for a day of style exploration of Suits & Ties as queer culture. A DIY packed day with a tie customisation workshop, followed by a textile art exhibition and stall followed by a panel talk from style icons in our community.

G(end)er Swap is a style outreach org that supports gender-diverse people to access clothes and community. Dyke Digital is a platform celebrating Dyke fashion.

EuroCamp presents… The Best & The Wurst of Eurovision

  • Ms Sharon's head bursts out of an EU flag. She is clasping her face with her hands and has long red nails that match her hair. This image is to promote The Best of the Best & Wurst of the Wurst, Hackney Showroom's jam packed day of drag and cabaret talent on 9 May in Liverpool.
    Our infamous host, Ms Sharon Le Grand

The Best of the Best & Wurst of the Wurst of Eurovision was a jam-packed day in Liverpool for the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest. With sensational drag and cabaret talent, we payed homage to legendary acts and iconic Eurovision moments as they battle it out for ultimate glory.

Hosted by Liverpudlian superstar Ms Sharon Le Grand, live acts included Ginny Lemon, Don One, NIcky, Midgitte Bardot, Eat Me, Bolly Illusion and our very own Eurotroupe. Plus DJ Lucia Blayke (founder, Trans Pride).

The Best & The Wurst of Eurovision was commissioned by Liverpool City Council as part of EuroFestival.


Hackney Showroom presents…

Tomorrow Is Already Dead by Ms Sharon Le Grand

Tomorrow is Already Dead ran 6 – 17 June 2023 at Soho Theatre and 20 – 23 July 2023 at Latitude Festival.

“Welcome to the Dusty Tuna, the only club in London where you can get piss as a mixer!”

What happens when an international man of mystery meets a straightforward regional woman?

Meet Jimmy Pond. He’s been tasked with his deadliest mission to date – assassinating the indestructible nightlife oligarch Ms Sharon Le Grand. But will Pond succeed where all men have failed before? 

Be thrust into a musical, bombastic, subversive world of hedonism, anarchy and androgyny as Hackney Showroom proudly present the loudmouth Liverpudlian’s debut piece of theatre, Tomorrow Is Already Dead

Written & performed by Ms Sharon Le Grand 
Directed by Sam Curtis Lindsay 
Composer and Musician – Nicky Harris 
Lighting – Matthew Carnazza 
Set, Animation and Poster Design – Josh Quinton 
Costume – Max Allen 
Choreographer and performing as Siri – Jeanie Crystal 
With Iestyn Arwel as Jimmy Pond and Shane Convery as Alexa
Stage Manager – Reuben Bojang 
Assistant Director – Martha Barnett 

“Ms Sharon Le Grand brings the house down” – Attitude (on her performance in Sound of The Underground)

Running time approx 75 mins including an interval | Suitable for ages 14+

Supported by Arts Council England

Vagina Museum | Hysterical #2

16 June | Showroom Big Space | 7.30pm | £8/£10

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The Vagina Museum presents a night of stand-up comedy all about vaginas, vulvas, muffs, love buttons and vertical smiles, headlined by Sarah Bennetto.

Providing comedic delights are comedians Sophie Duker, who as co-host of Manic Pixie Dream Girls was “smashing the heteronormative patriarchy one show at a time”; Cerys Bradley who hopes you love the history  of vagitarianism quite as much as they do; Aimee Eckert who unites together science and burlesque like a sexy Large Hadron Collider; Bisha K Ali, who promises she doesn’t bite, unless you’re an eclair, in which case it’s really your own fault; Hannah Brady, who hopes you’ll hear her because she doesn’t hear much and Dorian Wainwright, a straight white guy just to fulfil our diversity quota, plus more to be announced.

Headlining the show is Sarah Bennetto – expect stand-up and character curios by the Melbourne-born, London-based comedian. Sarah has appeared on BBC Radio 4, Sarah Bennetto’s Mix-Tape, Storytellers’ Club, Global Pillage, all the great comedy podcast panel shows, and Glastonbury backstage radio.

“Superb. Devastating. Edges towards perfection.”  ThreeWeeks

Starting life as a series of gigs, talks and workshops, the Vagina Museum’s ultimate goal is a permanent collection showcasing the science, history, society and culture of vaginas, combined with a community outreach programme. And a really great gift shop, of course. With vagina cake.

All profits from ticket sales will contribute toward development of the Vagina Museum.