Marking and celebrating the end of LGBT History Month, We’ll Meet in Moscow presents a special event at Exeter’s Bike Shed Theatre on Monday 29th February: 6.30pm: Out of Print, Exeter’s lesbian writing group, presents its first zine publication in the bar 7.30pm: In Other Words presents six brand new 10-minute plays by LGBT writers responding to […]
6.30pm: Out of Print, Exeter’s lesbian writing group, presents its first zine publication in the bar
7.30pm: In Other Words presents six brand new 10-minute plays by LGBT writers responding to the stories from Pride In Plymouth’s award-winning LGBT Archive. Its title is inspired by Plymouth’s longstanding independent and radical bookstore of the same name, as it was a safe space for LGBT individuals over the many years it was open in Mutley Plain. This is a rehearsed reading performance.
Five of the writers are from Plymouth: Alan Butler, Jo Lewis, Paul Cooke, Jennifer McDerra and Jon Nash. Natalie McGrath, who is leading on the partnership project We’ll Meet In Moscow, is the sixth writer.
In Other Words is directed by Josie Sutcliffe who has also supported each of the writers dramaturgically. Josie is Co-Director of Dreadnought South West
Tickets: £5 / www.bikeshedtheatre.co.uk / 01392 434169
We’ll Meet In Moscow is a wider project making work that engages with LGBTQ lives and stories across Devon, led by Playwright Natalie McGrath.
In Other Words is part of We’ll Meet In Moscow, which is in partnership with Pride In Plymouth, Plymouth’s LGBT Archive, Barbican Theatre, Plymouth, Dreadnought South West, Exeter Phoenix and Exeter Bikeshed Theatre.
Charlie Parker is We’ll Meet In Moscow’s Producer. Belinda Dillon is writing a critical framework for the project. Rae Hoole is project manager and Sophie McCormack is its digital producer.
In Other Words and We’ll Meet In Moscow have been made possible with financial support from Plymouth’s Vital Sparks Community Fund, Plymouth City Council, Crowdfunding, Devon Fawcett, Exeter City Council and Arts Council England. Other supporting project friends have been Exeter Pride, Proud2Be, Exeter CVS.