th June 2019
Don’t Be a Drag by Pearl Andrews-Horrigan
Pearl Andrews-Horrigan has a monologue Don’t Be A Drag in this evening of theatre exploring bravery in all its forms from Brave New Word. Rip up your copies of Le Morte D’Arthur: the Knights of the Round Table have finally had their day. We’re taking the ball back and celebrating lesser-chronicled tales of bravery. From Valentina Tereshkova to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Caster Semenya to David ‘Golden Balls’ Beckham: we’re interested in what it means be first to the ball. Whether having balls is about being on the pitch, radicalism or quiet defiance, join us in investigating what courage truly means in a world which remains stubbornly fixated with gender.