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Lesbian Love Stories

But you don’t look gay?
Dates

Sat 22 May, 2021


Venue

Powerhouse Theatre


Tickets
A Res $39*
Admit $35*

*plus transaction fee $6.90


Times

7.30pm


Duration

60 mins


Ages + Warnings

Suitable for ages 15+
Contains adult themes and sexual references


Presented by The Local Lesbians in partnership with Brisbane Powerhouse

Part of

MELT: FESTIVAL OF QUEER ARTS & CULTURE


Stories will be shared, drinks may be spilt, and we promise not to tell anyone how you smudged your lipstick…

Lesbian Love Stories is a concert-style cabaret performed by three local lesbians and one rockin’ band. Featuring anonymous true tales of love from across the globe, this heart-warming performance is delivered through song and speech by powerhouse women with vocals to match.

Don’t miss this new honest and fun show, with an awkward moment (or three) thrown in for good measure.

Image: Joel Devereux


TICKET INFO

We take the safety of our patrons, staff and artists seriously.

A COVID Safe Plan is in place for Brisbane Powerhouse.

For contact tracing purposes, we are using the Check In Qld app. 

For a seamless entry on the night, we recommend downloading the Check In Qld app prior to your arrival. 

If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or are feeling unwell, please stay home. 

Detailed information regarding your safe experience and conditions of entry can be found here.

If you have any questions, please contact Box Office on 07 3358 8600.


More Info

Created by Natasha Veselinovic & Chloe Taylor

Music Director/Keys:
Meg Burstow

Cast:
Ruby Clark
Chloe-Rose Taylor
Natasha Veselinovic
Meg Burstow (MD/Piano)

Lesbian Love Stories is a cross between verbatim theatre and cabaret. It is performed by three lesbians and comprises of true love stories sourced from women all over the world. Each tale is told anonymously, allowing both performers and contributors the freedom to speak freely and openly about their experiences. Natasha and Chloe have always found that lesbians in theatre are either overly sexualised or presented as ‘bull dykes’ which gave them extremely little to identify with – this show has created an avenue for them to present the average gay instead.

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We acknowledge the Jagera/Turrbal peoples, the First Nation Traditional Owners of the land on which we gather. We pay respects to all Elders past and present and acknowledge the young leaders who are working beside our Elders in our cultural industries. We recognise all First Nation peoples as the original storytellers of these lands and acknowledge the important role they continue to play in our community.

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119 Lamington St,
New Farm QLD 4005

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