Metal Liverpool: Genderland: What is a Safe Space? Exploration Day (Pay What You Decide)
Venue: Metal at Edge Hill Station
Times: 17:00 - 21:00
What is a Safe Space? Exploration Day in collaboration with Homotopia
The GRAND FINALE of the Genderland Festival is just around the corner. But before we bid our adieu come and join Mooncup Theatre in collaboration with Homotopia’s ‘Safe and Visible’ project where we wonder and ponder ‘What is a Safe Space?’ and how we can create a safe and visible future for LGBTQIA+ people in Liverpool.
In this participatory workshop we are going to embark on a creative journey and let our imaginations run as we try to make our own utopian fantasy.
Free catering will be provided on the day.
The festival will operate in line with current government guidance with regards to COVID-19. At present, festival-goers will need to show a ‘covid pass’ from the NHS app.
Guests may also be asked to allow a temperature check on the door, events will be socially distanced and face coverings are strongly encouraged indoors.
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Free catering is provided for selected events. The food is gluten free, vegan and nut free. If you would like to notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies please contact firstname.lastname@example.org FAO Catering