A Week of Trans Visibility

Things to do, Performances
Bronwen Sharp
Photograph: Bronwen Sharp

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Today (March 31) marks the official International Trans Day of Visibility, a date that’s dedicated to the celebration on trans people around the world. Right now, London’s LGBTQ+ venues remain closed, and a day for trans visibility during what has been an immensely difficult year isn’t nearly enough. To honour the event, Studio 3 Arts is putting on a virtual mini-festival called ‘A Week of Trans Visbility’, curated by artist and author Tabby Lamb. As part of the festival, the trans flag will be raised over Barking Town Hall, and tomorrow (April 1) queer actor and comedian Dian Cathal will be putting together a playlist of top trans comedians for an event their calling ‘Transformative Comedy: Trans Jokes that Are Actually Funny!’. And of course, there’s a Q&A. 

A Week of Trans Visibility will close this Friday, April 2, with a big-old Gal Pals online dance party that’s just for the trans and queer community. Find the full details here


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