A hot night of music, theatre and spoken word, with an LGBT spin
Theatre: Tom Marshman performs work in progress from his forthcoming one-man show, Kings Cross (Remix), about the riotous gay London of the 1980s. Tom is a performance artist who transforms everyday accounts into theatre. Previous work includes the acclaimed Move Over Darling.
Workshop: Tom Marshman is also running a workshop at 5.30pm on the magic of turning interviews into scripts. Details and separate booking are here.
Live music: Kedma is from Aberystwyth and performs with Elinor Powell’s Sgarmes. She also sings professionally at top venues and on TV. Kedma’s voice is rich and soulful and her performances are captivating. www.kedmamacias.co.uk
Fiction: Helen Sandler reads from her next novel, The Wishmistress, about two women trying not to have an affair. This moving story is being published through crowd-funding: http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/wishmistress
Diary: Mike Parker talks about his new book, The Greasy Poll (Y Lolfa, May) – the diary of his thwarted campaign to be elected MP for Ceredigion. Be one of the first to hear Mike read from this hard-hitting and humorous memoir.
Plus new talent and charity raffle.
All welcome. Aberration has an LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) theme. Event in English. Programmed by SpringOut arts organisation and Enfys Aber (the university’s LGBT staff network).
More details: http://www.aberration.org.uk