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Trans* Day of Joy

Trans* Day of Joy: Online fundraiser for We Exist trans healthcare fund
Gather your logical family and join us for a day of fun to see out LGBTQ+ History Month, and raise some pennies for trans healthcare pot We Exist! Pay at a level that suits you and enjoy a whole day-to-night of radical trans images onscreen, performances, appearances, and a heavenly Virtual Superstore afterparty to top it all off. All for charidee hun. Treat yourself to a mammoth line-up of iconic trans* and gender non conforming performers: Juno Birch, Bimini Bon Boulash, Barbs, Victoria Sin, Travis Alabanza, Carlos Mauricio, Wesley Dykes, ShayShay, Crystal Rasmussen, Beau Jangles, COOL DAD, Rodent all hosted by Sharon Le Grand, and see work from the We Exist artists in residence. Hackney’s DIY queer film fest Fringe! present Unstoppable Gender Abundance, a programme of radical queer short films, followed by a screening of Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn Copeland Story, a doc about the divine musician and rediscovered elder Beverly Glenn Copeland. Plus, the premiere of ‘We Exist’— a new film by Gareth Pugh and Carson McColl, which tells the story of the fund and its artists in residence. As the day turns to night, the infamous East London Mothership, Dalston Superstore brings you it's big queer dance party, soundtracked by local legends, all from the comfort of your own living room! Top-of-the-bar gogo simulations and interactive drag nonsense! Stay up late and give generously to sets from: Lewis G Burton (Inferno), Nadine Artois (Pxssy Palace), Sophie Williams, Grace Sands (Adonis), J Aria (Aftertouch) and party (safely) thru the night with Finn Love, Darkwah, Lori Mae, Donna Kebab and Lucy Fizz. About We Exist: We Exist is a trans* led organisation that wants to provide more spaces for trans* people to platform their work, their ideas and discuss issues affecting the community. This exists through taking up space in the city of London through pop up cafes, art spaces, exhibitions and more. The ultimate aim of all the work we do will be to provide directly available funds for trans* people who need it to pay for healthcare needs in the face of ongoing failings from the current government and health service.


Saturday, February 27, 2021 16:00 -
Sunday, February 28, 2021 01:00


Online event
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