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Created and performed by Alexis Gregory.

Kings Head Theatre / Town Hall Hotel.

‘Ooh, it's so good, it's so good
It's so good, it's so good, it's so good
Ooh, I feel love, I feel love
I feel love, I feel love, I feel love’

It’s 2071….and the whole world is queer.
Voguing and lip syncing are categories in the Olympics.
There is a statue of George Michael on Hampstead Heath.
And Starbucks own Pride (boo!).

Forty-seven years ago, in 1977, setting out to create the sound of the future, Donna Summer recorded queer anthem ‘I Feel Love’. But what will life REALLY be like for queer people in 2071, forty-seven years from now?

Armed with a vintage Donna Summer vinyl, playwright and performer Alexis Gregory decides to find out. ‘FutureQueer’ is part theatre, stand-up comedy, DIY queer lecture, pop-culture commentary, and meditation on disco music as a metaphor for queer survival. Basically….this show is camp AF. It’s also funny, moving, hard hitting, irreverent, provocative, and a very queer romp through an imagined LGBTQ+ future.

February and March ’24.
Six performances.
A mini-run in the theatre’s new cabaret space.
PR: Chloe Nelkin Consulting.

Book here: Kings Head Theatre FutureQueer

Town Hall Hotel, Bethnal Green.
Two performances in the hotel’s ex-Council Chamber.
The first show as part of the hotel’s Events & Cultural Partnerships programme.
Lighting and sound: Rockit Event Production.

Kings Head Theatre.
A sell-out staged reading.
Part of the thea
tre’s Queer Futures Season curated by Guest AD David Cummings.

FutureQueer promo image by Adán Romero.

FutureQueer Kings Head Theatre 'work-in-progress' performance. 

Selected Press - click to enlarge

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