Venue, Timing and Cost
Going back to your childhood home is hard. When you're queer, it's even harder - or that's what Jo finds, coming home for lockdown.
But tonight, things are going to change. Tonight, Jo's queer ancestors are going to march across Oxford in a Pride Parade that spans decades. Tonight, you're going to join them.
This is a new verbatim play about Oxford's queer past, inspired by oral history recordings collected by Tales of Our City and the Queering Spires exhibition (on display at the Museum of Oxford now).
Doors open at 5.30pm, performance starts 6.15pm.
Duration of performance: 45minutes.
The museum shop and a bar serving a small selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be open from 5.30 until the performance starts, and again after the performance until 7.45pm.
Access & visitor comfort
There is step-free access to the performance space via two lifts.
There are two wheelchair accessible toilets on the same floor.
Toilets within the museum are not gender-specific.
We have 6 hearing loops available.
The performance will be held in a spatious basement room - there are a few small windows and plenty of good artificial lighting.
There is no additional ventilation. We will encourage audience members to wear masks, however this is no longer a legal requirement and we will not be enforcing this. Performers will not be wearing masks.
Please email us at email@example.com or call 07483010952 with any questions or needs not mentioned here, we will do everything we can to make it possible for you to come along.