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Bette Bourne & Mark Ravenhill: ‘A Life In Three Acts’ at the Soho Theatre

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Time 07:30
Date 27/02/10
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Previously in 3 parts, this award-winning show is now presented in a full 90-minute performance. With hilarity, precision honesty & occasional anger, Bette Bourne & Mark Ravenhill reflect upon Bourne'



Post-show discussions:

Led by Dr Dominic Johnson (Lecturer in Drama, Queen Mary, University of London)

Saturday 13 February 3pm - Performing Gender with Brian Robinson (Senior Programmer, London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival).

Monday 22 February 7:30pm - Post Liberation.


Dates and Times:
7.30pm (10 February 7pm)
Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 3pm.

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COMPETITION: 1x Pair of tickets to attend Bette Bourne & Mark Ravenhill: ‘A Life In Three Acts’ at the Soho Theatre at 19.30 on Tuesday 16th February.


To claim your tickets, send an email with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ box. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: A drag commune in the 1970s? Yes, Bette and a group of like-minded, radical drag queens had set up a squat in a disused film studio in London, which then became the headquarters for protests, demonstrations and street theatre – all conducted in fabulous frocks. But which part of London was the squat?

A: 1) Notting Hill .2) Hackney Wick .3) Peckham .4) Dalston

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