@ Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club
Saturday 24 October 2016
£6/8 (adv.) – £8/10 (door)

Are you bored of that run of the mill feminist-queer-performance-art-exhibition-club night?

We at CUNTemporary understand your frustration of not being able to find the proper mix of discourse and dance floors… Is it just too much to ask?

Rearing its ugly head at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, DEEP TRASH calls on those who expect in their staple diet non-normative sexual politics, intersectional dramas and daydreams, non-binary gender identities, debauchery, inclusivity, tantrums, bare bums and music to turn the dance floor into a dystopian delight.

For this new season, we kick off with an Orwellian Animal Farm theme that intends to feed all those hungry for eco-sex, animal instincts, queer ecologies, planetary salvation, human insanity, hook-er-ducks, bestial masquerades, cat domination, bird-watching, food chains (and whips), free-speech utopias, cannibal ethics, green washing, animal rights… and wrongs.

Animal Farm’s door policy: “Four legs good, two legs bad”.

MUSIC: Julian Von Petrovosky / Lady Vendredi

Starting the night with sexy and sassy electro/house beats and ending with a mash up of Vodou, Exotica and Exploitation!

LIVE PERFORMANCES: Edythe Wooley / Gareth Chambers / Hayley Jukes + Friends / Kirsty McKenzie / Sarah Crew / Theodora Van Der Beek / Vera Boitcova

VIDEOS: Angelina Kartsaki / Beth Giselle Anderson / Eeva-Liisa Puhakka / Glitter Bomb / Laura Di Nicolantonio / Laura Duvall + María Luisa Sanín Peña

ARTWORKS: Alberto Barazzutti / Allison Kotzig / Jas Reif / Lee Nutbean / Max Kimber / Sarah Delaney / Stephan Groß

“Man is the only real enemy we have. Remove Man from the scene, and the root cause of hunger and overwork is abolished forever.” – George Orwell


More info on the Facebook event page.


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