Outspoken returns for a spellbinding afternoon of performance during LGBT History Month, curated and hosted by Kenya Sterling.
Kenya Sterling (He/They) is a proudly queer and working-class creative hailing from Manchester and currently based in London. His multidisciplinary work spans various forms of performance, writing, and visual art, as well as being a published poet, podcaster, and creative queer consultant. Kenya is currently studying in their third year at Rose Bruford and has trained with the Royal Exchange young company in Manchester as well as ALT actors.
Recent credits include a featured lead in BFI short Joseph Wilson’s Isn’t it a Beautiful world, the upcoming short They Suck (Lison Mombellet) and the lead in TUC’s Trans Awareness film. Other select credits include roles in I AM (Ovalhouse), Rhubarb(Graeae, The Bush Theatre), Burn Baby Burn (Fuel Theatre), Doctors (BBC), and Holby City (BBC).
This event is part of Queer Contact. Each February, as part of LGBT History Month, Queer Contact’s programming converges in a festival of events – Queer Contact Festival – featuring the best performance, music, spoken word, dance, theatre and visual art with local young people and performers interacting with the best UK and international talent.
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