Krishna Istha's Midsumma comedy show asks how to be transmasculine without becoming another toxic man
In an age when toxic masculinity is being exposed and broken down more quickly than ever before, who could possibly want to identify as masculine? London-based comedian and performance artist Krishna Istha, for one. He's performing this comedy show for Midsumma about what it means to be transmasculine without becoming the type of man makes the lives of everyone around him that little bit more difficult.
Istha recently appeared at Malthouse Theatre in Wild Bore, and is teaming up with local comedian, theatremaker and Barry Award-winner Zoë Coombs-Marr, who's directing the show.