Performance Events


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Rich Man’s Slug

Thursday, 24 December 7 – 9 pm

After a sold out night in September, Rich Man’s Slug is back again. Join us at a night full of queer movement, choreography and performance. You don’t want to miss this!

7.00pm: Doors open

7.30: Performances begin

7.30-7.45: Ruby and Catriona

7.45-8.00: Crop Tops by Sam Burckett

8.00-8.20: BREAK

8.20-8.35: Pea B.ordep

8.35-8.50: Birthday Fish

Queer Noise XI

Thursday, 1 December 7 – 9 pm

Join us for Queer noise a monthly poetry and performance night platforming London’s best, spoken-word artists and musicians.

Get ready for a similtaniously silly and sensitive exploration of queer identity, community and friendship.

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

Doors 7pm

Performances start at 7.30pm

7.30 – 7.40: Grace Quigley

7.40 – 7.50: Emma McGordon

7.50 – 8.00: Kia Matanky-Becker

Interval: 8 – 8.15

8.15 – 8.45: Amaroun

8.45 – 9.15: Karima Francis

Artists Talking About Art | Curtis Holder and Alice White

Thursday 8 December

Come along to Bermondsey Project Space for an evening of conversation and live music set amongst The Society of Graphic Fine Art’s current exhibition ‘A sense of Place’. The event will centre around an interview with Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the year 2020, Curtis Holder.

Join Artists Alice White and Curtis Holder as they discuss Curtis’s creative practice and the power of drawing as an art form today. This interview aims to demystify the artistic process and break down the barriers between artist and viewer. The interview will be filmed.

The evening will be accompanied by live music from Sarah Sey and an introduction by curator Phillipa Beale. The event will also provide an opportunity to learn more about the Society of Graphic Fine Art, how you can apply to join the Society, and news on their upcoming exhibitions and events.Doors 7pm

7.30 – 7.40: Introduction from Curator Phillipa Beale

7.40 – 7.55: Live music by Sarah Sey

Interval 7.55 – 8.10

8.10 – 8.40 : Interview with Alice White and Curtis Holder

8.40 – 9: Live music by Serah Sey

This Listening project | Live Music

Thursday 8 December

Presenting at Bermondsey Project Space for the very first time, The Listening Project are a New Music group that provides a platform for musicians to develop and explore music penned by living composers for an ever-changing creative landscape. In doing so, we seek to demystify the often archaic conventions of contemporary classical music.

Fusing together the worlds of contemporary classical, jazz, improvisation, electronics, song and sound art, The Listening Project comprises vibrant and compelling performers from the New Music scene in the UK.

The Listening Project looks for new ways to innovate and create groundbreaking performances that people want to come and watch, leaving audiences with a sense of fulfilment and joy.

Selected highlights from the BPS Performance Archive:

Queer Noise V

Thursday, 21 July 20227 – 9 pm

The 5th instalment of Queer Noise treated audiences to poetry and acoustic music performances followed by a preview of What’s Wrong With Me – The Musical a fringe theatre production from Jess Coppen-Gardner and Blah Blah productions. 

Rich Man’s Slug: live art and performance

Thursday, 21 July 20227 – 9 pm

Audiences were treated to the second installment of Rich Man’s Slug

Rich Man’s Slug is a bi-monthly evening of movement, choreography and performance art exploring the queer experience.

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.


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