Festival 2021

a place to call home

Alicia Jane Turner

Saturday 3 July & Sunday 4 July, 2.30pm & 4.30pm

The George Tavern, E1 0LA

World Premiere

Commissioned by Spitalfields Music with the support of PRS Foundation’s The Open Fund and Help Musicians UK, and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

 

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a place to call home is an immersive sound and video installation that explores queer spaces over time, from historic LGBTQ+ cu​lture in London to online spaces in the present day. Exhibited in a unique 1800s flat nestled above a pub in East London, this installation created by Alicia Jane Turner asks how queer communities have survived in the face of persecution and violence, how we create safe spaces through our computer screens, and what it means to find a queer place to call home.

Please note that this is a promenade performance in an historic property, with several sets of stairs to navigate, and therefore may not be accessible to people with reduced mobility.

 

Commissioned by Spitalfields Music with the support of PRS Foundation’s The Open Fund and Help Musicians UK, and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

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SATURDAY 3 JULY
2:30 PM
SATURDAY 3 JULY
4:30 PM
SUNDAY 4 JULY
2:30 PM
SUNDAY 4 JULY
4:30 PM

Venue information

The George Tavern, E1 0LA

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