Queer Noise VI

Queer Noise VI

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Bermondsey Project Space

185 Bermondsey Street




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Join us for the sixth instalment of Queer Noise at BPS. Expect poetry, music, theatre and queer joy

About this event

Queer Noise presents an evening of performance from London based spoken word artists and musicians. Get ready for a simultaneously silly and sensitive exploration of queer identity, community and friendship.

After five sold-out events, Queer Noise is back with a lineup of incredible queer artists.


Dani Croston, Kia Matanky-Becker, Daze, TV Room, Osian

Doors 7pm

Performances start at 7.30pm

Kia Matanky-Becker: 7.30 - 7.40pm

Dani Croston: 7.40 - 7.50pm

Osian: 7.50 - 8.20pm


8.20 - 8.30pm

Daze: 8.30 - 8.40pm

TV Room: 8.40 - 9pm

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Kia Matanky-Becker (she/they) is a Queer Poet, Performance artist, sculptor and co-parent of Queer Noise.

Kia's Lyrical poetry is an unapologetic exploration of queer relationships, friendship and community. She is particularly interested in queer coming of age narratives and their beautifully messy complexities. Her surreal style takes influence from magical realism.

Kia has performed at poetry nights across the country, her performance films are archived internationally, and she was awarded the Poetry Society collaboration prize 2021.

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Dani (they/them) is a classical and musical theatre singer from Manchester. They came to London to study classical voice and are currently taking a break from Guildhall School of Music and drama to explore their queerness and how that applies to their vocal performance.

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Daze is a queer dance artist and performer from London, their practice centres around presentations of queer selves and feminine adolescence. Often anecdotal and always looking for the thing you can't quite name, Daze's work looks at the coming of age experience with both fondness and discomfort.

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TV Room is the moniker of London-based multi-instrumentalist Lucy Rushton. Drummer in post-punk band Deep Tan, TV Room is Lucy's venture into an empathetic and intimate world. An honest storyteller, Lucy takes comfort in writing, using music as a means of confession and expression of vulnerability.

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