Tuesday 13 February 2018 10.30am 
— Wednesday 14 February 2018 23.59pm
Tickets: one day £10, both days £15

INFERNO is a club night and community project that offers a platform and space for LGBTQ+ artists, performers, musicians and DJ’s. The INFERNO team has created SUMMIT, a two-day seminar examining the intersections of nightlife, performance art, music and queerness as well as exploring themes such as class, culture and creativity. These topics will be explored through panel discussions, screenings, conversations and performances featuring a London-centric cast of artists, writers, thinkers, business people and musicians.
Giulia Casalini of CUNTemporary/DEEP TRASH takes part in the round table discussion Queer Nightlife and Creativity

Each day will consist of six major points of discussion filled with screenings and performances throughout. Every point of discussion will allow for a Q+A session with the audience.

DAY 1 – 13.02.18 (10.30am-8pm)

11.15AM How Do Performance Artists Create Their Work?
Franko B, Lewis G. Burton and Alexander Huber in conversation.

12.15PM Is Queer The New Punk?
Chardine Taylor-Stone and guests. Chaired by Jake Hall.

2.45PM Gloop the Movie (UK premiere)
Followed by Oozing Gloop in conversation with Shane ‘ShayShay’ Konno.

4.15PM Max Allen
‘How to Piss People Off by Not Saying Much At All’
Readings from ‘Grey teeshirts, house plants and the butt book- the mediochore gay man and me’ a collection of proses, short stories and poems inspired by my diaries and iPhone notes.

5.15PM Style, Substance and Subculture
Charles Jeffery (Loverboy), Eden Loweth (Art School) and Sade English. Chaired by Max Allen.

6.30PM Queer Nightlife and Creativity – Panel Discussion
With Tia Simon-Campbell (BBZ), Lewis G. Burton (INFERNO), Giulia Casalini (Cuntemporary/Deep Trash), Prem Sahib (AHM) and Theo Adams. Chaired by Jeanie Crystal.

DAY 2 – 14.02.18 (10.15am-8pm followed by afterparty until midnight)

11AM How do Queer People Pitch Themselves to Straight Publications?
Bishi, Steven Braines (The Weird And The Wonderful), Amanda Freeman (Freeman PR) and Daisy Jones (Noisey) chaired by Jake Hall

12.45PM Zine’s and Zine Culture
Ione Gamble (Polyester zine), Yasmine Akim (Hysteria/Vagina Dentata zine), Matt King and Joseph Delaney (SORT zine). Chaired by Lu Williams (GRRRL Zine Fair)

2.45PM Class and Queerness – Panel Discussion
With Nadine Artois (Pxssy Palace) China Deathcrash and Chloe Filani. Chaired by Jake Hall.

4.15PM Fatness and Performance
Phoebe Patey-Furgeson (VFD) in conversation with author Charlotte Cooper.

5.15PM INFERNO (directed by Jordan Rossi)
Lewis G. Burton, Sebastian Bartz, Wax Wings, Alexander Huber, Lulu Love, Gabriella Gasparini, Astrid Gnosis and Jordan Rossi.


8PM AFTERPARTY (until midnight)
Jeanie Crystal
INFERNO residents
& speacial performances throughout.


one day £10
both days £15

As this is a community project we want to support our own community and will donate 50% of ticket and door sales to a LGBTQ+ charity.

If you want to attend and are unable to afford tickets please e-mail and we can help make arrangements.

Venue Information
Moth Club
Old Trades Hall,
Valette St.
E9 6NU

Nearest tube: London Overground Hackney Central (2 minute walk)
Local Bus services:, 30, 48, 236, 276, 394, 55, 106, 253, 254 and 277

Check out the Facebook event here.

Supported by Arts Council England.

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