We're delighted to announce that SOMEWHERE TO BELONG will be coming to Brighton Fringe 2022!
Brighton Fringe 26th -27th May 2022 9pm Grab your tickets HERE
Photo Credit - Jack Parker Photography, 2021.
A white woman with brown hair is dressed in a unicorn onesie and holding a pose, she looks confused and bewildered
THe somewhere to belong archive
As part of our Arts Council funded project, 'SOMEWHERE TO BELONG', we interviewed members of the Bi+ community from all over the world to help create our brand new show.
We're delighted to announce that we've released a brand new archive that shares our participant's stories and experiences around Bi+visibility, Bi+Pride, sexuality, stigma & Bierasure.
Click the link below to head straight to the archive where you can read the interview transcripts of some of our participants, and even add your own story to the project if you wish. If you consider yourself to be attracted to 1+ gender then we'd love to hear from you.
CK, an unwitting contestant on the strange and invasive Gameshow, is forced to undertake humiliating tasks in a bid to win a grand prize. Will it be a yacht? An all-inclusive holiday to Lanzarote? The ragged remains of her pride? No-one knows. But with all eyes on her, and only the voice of the gameshow host to guide her, CK must navigate these bizarre tasks until time runs out and she can finally get a glimpse of what she’s been competing for.
A clownish hour of chaos awaits in this silly simile for sexuality. From the makers of 5* production BLUE, comes a show that wades through every awful and absurd perception of the bi+ community, and finds new ways to celebrate the authentic voices of bi, pan and queer people from around the world. If you like Taskmaster and hate biphobia, this is for you.
Bringing together stories from a global LGBT+ community, SOMEWHERE TO BELONG is a heart-warming comedy about loving more than one gender.
This project is funded by the Arts Council, England.
Written and Performed by: Kim Scopes
Directed by: Gwenan Bain
Produced by: Laura Furner
Music & Sound Design: Andrea Giordani
Dramaturgy: Am Stubberfield
Lighting Design: Emily Keeble
With Thanks to the Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Kentish Town
Praise for Previous Shows *****'Clever, funny, beautiful' -TheUpcoming.co.uk ***** '60 Minute Masterpiece' - London Pub Theatres **** 'Charming, original and informative' - Remotegoat 'Incredibly powerful' - Time and Space
Nominated for a 'Standing Ovation Nomination' by London Pub Theatres
Praise for Kim Scopes 'Kim Scopes is a funny, cheeky, a wonderful performer and you are guaranteed a frolic like no other' - Mike Bradwell