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Help fund the Sex Workers' Opera

Sex Workers' Opera, 2016

The multimedia 'hip-hopera' about sex workers, created by sex workers and their allies, is due to return to London next month, but they need your help to ensure that it does. Having already raised £8,424 at the time of writing, the team have almost reached their £10k target.

There are just a couple of days left to donate, and the money will go towards production costs, as well as ensuring everyone involved is paid a fair wage. 

The touching, funny and informative show debuted two years ago to give a voice to sex workers who have chosen to go into the industry, featuring real life stories in the form of songs, projections and poetry from the cast. Sex Workers' Opera enjoyed a short run last year at the Arcola Theatre to sold out audiences and will return to London from May 17 to 29 at the Pleasance Theatre.

Donate to the project here.

Watch a 20-minute documentary by Manu Valcarce about the sex work industry and the women involved in the production:

 

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