Complex, challenging and more than a little surprising, Trade plunges the audience into the murky and perilous world of the European sex-trafficking industry. Unflinching, unapologetic and at times deeply uncomfortable, Trade is a well performed and thoughtfully directed piece that never shies away from the difficult questions.
Theatre Review: This Queer House (VAULT Festival 2020, London) ★★
The concept of award-winning poet Oakley Flanagan's debut play, produced by the female and LGBTQIA+ led OPIA Collective in partnership with Gendered Intelligence, This Queer House was intriguing. The press blurb tempted me in: "A young queer couple inherit a home. A joint renovation project begins. A restless house gathers strength." I immediately wondered about... Continue Reading →