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SPILL YER TEA on Wednesday 18th March 2020
Please note, this event has been cancelled.
SPILL YER TEA is back! We are excited to present our next instalment of experimental Live Art and Performance Art in Liverpool.
SPILL YER TEA is presented by DRIP; an accessible and all inclusive artist led platform, supporting the creation and presentation of new and exciting Live Art and Performance Art works in the North West.
We provide an open supportive platform for emerging and established artists, students and graduates and collectives and groups to share new artwork that is either ready-to-go, or is in its developmental stages. Our audiences are welcome to provide written feedback on all work presented.
The platform is unfunded / artist led. We suggest a £5.00 entry fee on the door, however any individuals experiencing financial hardship will not be turned away. We also offer a pay forward scheme for those who wish to purchase a ticket for someone else. Proceeds are used to pay for all costs incurred for the production of the event. Any additional profit is equally shared between contributors and artists involved.
Constellations, 35 - 39 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 OBS
The venue is wheelchair and disability friendly throughout with accessible toilets.
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 run by queers.
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.
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