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This venue has step-free access with wheelchair accessible and gender-neutral toilet facilities available.

Hasbian (noun): A former lesbian who has “become” bisexual or heterosexual.

An autobiographical comedy about coming out as a lesbian, only to discover that boys are also appealing.

Hasbian uses real teenage diaries, music, and teen-movie actors from the early 00s to tell a story of growing up queer in Brighton (the UK’s Gay Capital) under Section 28 (the 1988 – 2003 law prohibiting the “teaching of homosexuality as a pretended family relationship”).

Dripping in equal measures with heartfelt earnestness, sharp irony, and humour that bubbles up in the place between youthful confidence and pubescent self-loathing, Hasbian will fill Millennial audiences with buzzy nostalgia, while exposing queerphobia in the most liberal of cities.

Members of Croydon and South London’s LGBTQ+ community are invited to attend this work-in-progress performance, and will be given the opportunity to offer anonymous feedback on the piece. Please note: this performance is an open dress-rehearsal.

The show will be followed by a relaxed social and networking event for queer creatives.

This performance will be testing new elements of captioning and creatively integrated audio description elements – these access features are work-in-progress still being developed, and we welcome any feedback on them.


Friday Jan 28th

Age 16+


This event is part of our New Beginnings programme, which allows emerging artists the platform and space to develop and informally share their work. Find out more about our artistic programme by clicking this link.

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