One In, One Out: Leeds’ Smallest Gay Bar at Wharf Street

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Compass Festival : One in, One Out: Leeds' Smallest Gay Bar
Image courtesy of Lizzie Coombes/ Compass Festival.

28 — 30 May 2021 Entrance is free — Visit now

Created by artist Lucy Hayhoe, One In, One Out: Leeds’ Smallest Gay Bar is a playful installation for an audience of one.

The intimate and interactive artwork explores the role of the gay bar in contemporary queer culture. Reflecting on a year that has affected the way we all socialise and meet, the work examines the existence of queer spaces and the place they occupy within our cities.

Lucy Hayhoe is a live artist making installation-based experiences and performances. Her work ranges from intimate encounters to large-scale installations.

One In, One Out: Leeds’ Smallest Gay Bar is happening as part of Compass Festival 2021.

28 — 30 May 2021 Entrance is free Visit now

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