Performance Events

Upcoming:

QUEER NOISE VI

Tuesday 30 August 7 – 9 pm

Queer Noise presents an evening of performance from London based spoken word artists and musicians. Get ready for a simultaneously silly and sensitive exploration of queer identity, community and friendship.

After five sold-out events, Queer Noise is back with a lineup of incredible queer artists.

Featuring:

Dani Croston, Kia Matanky-Becker, Daze, TV Room, Osian

Doors 7pm

Performances start at 7.30pm

Kia Matanky-Becker: 7.30 – 7.40pm

Dani Croston: 7.40 – 7.50pm

Osian: 7.50 – 8.20pm

Interval

8.20 – 8.30pm

Daze: 8.30 – 8.40pm

TV Room: 8.40 – 9pm

Jazz Night: Iwalola

Saturday 3 September 7 – 9 pm

Bermondsey Project Space Performance Programme presents a night of Jazz with Iwalola

As part of Performance Week Lola Owalabi – ‘Iwalola ‘ treats audiences to a night of jazz

Iwalola is a lover of all things creative from art , to fashion, to the culinary space and finally to music .

With over 30 years as a jazz artiste she adores the way jazz music gives her the ability to be authentic and allow the use of her God given talent to truly express who she is .

Her latest recorded work was a collaboration with the world famous Premises Studio and other jazz enthusiasts .

After a long haitus ‘Iwalola’ is back supported by an excellent and accomplished band and band leader Femi Sofola .

Doors open at 7pm

performance starts at 7.30pm

set 1: 7.30 – 8.00

Interval: 8.15pm – 8.30pm

set 2: 8.30 – 9pm

Events ends 9pm

Selected highlights:

Queer Noise V

Wednesday 20 July 7 – 9 pm

Join us for the fifth instalment of Queer Noise at BPS. Expect poetry, music, theatre and queer joy.

Queer Noise presents an evening of performance from London based spoken word artists, musicians and theatre-makers. Get ready for a simultaneously silly and sensitive exploration of queer identity, community and friendship.

After four sold-out events, Queer Noise is back with a lineup of incredible queer artists.

This is an evening of two halves – the first half brings you poetry and music from:

Kia Matanky- Becker, Grace Quigley, and Gretchin

The second half of the evening presents:

Whats Wrong With Me? – The Musical (written and directed by Jess Coppen-Gardner, music by Rosalyn Miller)

Rich Man’s Slug: live art and performance

Thursday, 21 July 20227 – 9 pm

After a successfull event last month Rich Man’s Slug is back with an evening of movement, choreography and performance art from three international emerging artists.

Rich Man’s Slug takes you through different ways of being and explores queerness in three distinct forms.

Queer Noise III: Poetry and Live Music

Friday 27 May 7 – 9 pm

The third instalment of Queer Noise gave us an evening of poetry and live music celebrating queer identity, community and friendship.

Featuring Poetry from: Grace Quigley, Kia Matanky-Becker, Sabina Hellstrom, Vittorio/a , Zha

Scruffy | One Woman Show By Rosie Hollingworth & Sugar Theatre Co.

Friday 29 April 7 – 9 pm

The Sugar Theatre Company brought their latest show Scruffy to BPS.

SCRUFFY is a powerful one woman show written and performed by Rosie Hollingworth, directed by Jack Beddow and produced by Holly Cowley.

Write2Speak: The Art of Poetry

Wednesday 27 April 7 – 9 pm

Write2Speak presented ‘The Art of Poetry’, an intimate evening of spoken word performance with 5 of London’s finest contemporary poets.
 
Write2Speak is an organisation that supports the community using spoken word poetry workshops and events.

Featuring:

Hollie Dee, Yossi, Tyler Cunningham, Luke Jaime, and Anomis

Queer Noise II: Poetry and Performance

Tuesday 26 April 7 – 9 pm

Queer Noise treated audiences to another evening of poetry and performance celebrating queer identity, community and friendship.

Featuring Poetry from Kia Matanky-Becker, Grace Quigley and Morgana Rubini, and a one-woman show The Not 12 Days Of Not Christmas, by Lila Robirosa.

Archiving Queer History with Laura Migliorino

Wednesday 23 February 7 – 9 pm

A sold out talk by Academic and Photographer Laura Migliorino on her series The Hidden Life of Books and her process of archiving queer histories. Followed by a screening of Queeroes of London by Cherry Au Hon I and Junie Lau which documents the experiences of queer londoners through the generations 

Artists involved:

Laura Migliorino, Cherry Au Hon I, Junie Lau

MassHysteria Presents: A moment of Bliss

Friday 11 January 7 – 9 pm

In this sold-out event MassHysteria a collective of  international dance artists facilitated an evening of experimental performance playing with ideas of collective embodiment 

Artists Involved:

Luisa Mateo Dupleich Rozo, Marlen Pflüger, Willa Faulkner, Romain Biros, Hannah Corrie, Sophie Page, Rebecca Piersanti, Margaret and Robyn