Online: Spill Yer Tea #5
Times: 19:00 - 21:00
SPILL YER TEA is a Liverpool based performance art event providing a platform to some of the most exciting performance artists from across the globe.
SPILL YER TEA is presented by Performance N’ Tha; an artist led platform, supporting the creation and presentation of radical and experimental Live Art and Performance Art in the North West of England.
We are excited to present our next instalment: SPILL YER TEA #5
Nina Claire, Norway
Kelvin Atmadibrata, UK
Dimple B Shah, India
Paul Regan, Ireland
Robert Hesp, Denmark
Alasdair Ambrose, UK
Nathan Walker, UK
Hollie Miller, UK
Pierce Starre, UK
Marina Barsy Janer x Isil Sol Vil, Catalunya & Puerto Rico
We are suggesting a £5.00 ticket fee, however, to ensure individuals experiencing financial hardship are not turned away, we also have donation based and free ticket options.
All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Radical Therapist Network who are raising crucial funds to provide one year’s worth of weekly therapy for adults in the UK who identify Queer, Trans, Intersex, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour (QTIBIPOC). Performance N’ Tha have made the decision to donate all proceeds from ticket sales to the Radical Therapist Network who are raising crucial funds to provide one year’s worth of weekly therapy for adults in the UK who identify Queer, Trans, Intersex, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour (QTIBIPOC).
Systemic oppression and institutional harm within therapy, training institutions and the government has disproportionality impacted Black people and people of colour, queer & trans people, disabled people, womxn, sex workers, underclass people and the working poor. We understand that people who exist at the intersection of multiple marginalised identities are at higher risk of violence and are the least likely to be able to access supportive, appropriate, affirmative and affordable therapy. We are therefore dedicated to fundraising money to implement one year’s worth of weekly therapy for adults in the UK who identify Queer, Trans, Intersex, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour (QTIBIPOC).
Access to affordable, high-quality training can be inaccessible for therapists who hold marginalised identities, and therapy can often be inaccessible to people who are most impacted by systems of oppression. Your donation will also support us to train and pay BIPOC and white queer and trans therapists to deliver trauma-informed, trans-cultural therapy with a particular focus on anti-racist, anti-capitalist and trans-affirmative therapeutic practice.
SPILL YER TEA will be translated into British Sign Language by Deaf British Sign Language translator Daryl Jackson
We are always looking to make SPILL YER TEA accessible, and welcome any suggestions on how we might do this. If you have any other access needs email or message us in advance and let us know and we will do our utmost to facilitate these.
SPILL YER TEA is a queer led platform.
We will be operating a safer space policy and will not tolerate any forms of discrimination or abuse. If anyone experiences any form of discrimination or abuse during the event please notify a member of the team immediately.
This event is suitable only for individuals aged 18 and over.
We are committed to providing all of our artists with a platform for free speech and expression. We try not to censor or restrict works where possible. Due to the experimental nature of this event, some viewers may find the content of some performances disturbing and/or offensive.
All trigger and content warnings surrounding sensitive works will be outlined before the work is shown so our audience can make an informed decision about viewing the work.
Support and Funding:
SPILL YER TEA #5 is supported using public funding from the Arts Council England.