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Starts 19:30 to 21:00


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Rhiannon Jones


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You've Changed by Kate O'Donnell

A show about change – Kate’s change and a world which is trying to catch up

IGNiTE and Beacons Ikons & Dykons presents:

When there’s no rule book, you just have to write your own… It’s fourteen years since Kate transitioned and a lot has changed. However, where gender is concerned, are we still stuck in the dark ages?

Through song, dance, hard-won wisdom and hilarity You’ve Changed shines a light on the ins and outs and ups and downs of transitioning. Challenging the idea that “genitals equal gender” Kate literally bares all; getting her own out on the proverbial table. She’s changed: that’s clear, but have you?

Run time: 60mins - no interval

Prior to the show Tom Marsham, Director of Beacon, Ikons and Dykons, will perform a short introductory performance in the Graffiti Room.

Age 16+ (sexual referrences and nudity)

★★★★ "Bold and Seriously funny" The Stage

"Kate holds the audience in the palm of her hand, keeping you on the verge of tears or uncontrollable laughter" - Up Staged

About the artist:

Based in Manchester, Trans Creative is a new transgender led theatre company, increasing the visibility and positive representation of transgender people and stories through excellent art, advocacy and education. Led by award-winning transgender artist and activist Kate O’Donnell (Artistic Director), Trans Creative strives to cultivate a diverse trans audience whilst also engaging and educating cisgendered audiences, equipping them to be better allies.

IGNiTE is Trinity's in house programme of world-class, innovative theatre and dance about issues that matter to people now, starting conversations and sparking debate. IGNiTE is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

Beacons, Icons and Dykons (BID) host, curate and create events with performances inspired by queer heroes and heroines, with the aim of celebrating LGBTQ+ identities and creating communities. The performances are always memorable, trashy, moving and avant garde. This will be the first full show BID have programmed, and they are delighted to present it with Trinity for Bristol audiences and beyond. This performance is generously supported by Arts Council England and the Big Lottery Fund.


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