On 6th of June 2019 We're Here! retuned, this time at Battersea Arts Centre, to mark 50 years since the Stonewall Riots.
To mark 50 years since the Stonewall Riots, the uprising that originated the LGBT+ rights movement, We’re Here! returns presenting theatre, spoken word, dance and live art on fitting in, representation, connection, and the future.
An evening of celebration, reflection and community concluding with an open discussion with the artists and the audience.
Performances by Laura Murphy (directed by Ursula Martinez), OPIA Collective, Thania Acarón, Alex Roberts and Es Morgan (NEXT festival).
In 2017 We're Here! celebrated 50 years since the Sexual Offences Act 1967, presenting forward looking queer live art, theatre, poetry and dance on transcendence, intimacy, shame and commemoration
The first installment was presented by Victor Esses and VFD, at VFD.
Performances: Manly by Kamaal Hussein/The Thief of Bagdad, Too Pretty To Punch by Edalia Day, US by Andrew Sanger, What's your bride price? by Virginia Kennard/Brastrap, and Queerdom, the Place to Come by Sogol Sur