The Bitten Peach – Peach Chutney at Contact

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The Bitten Peach presents Peach Chutney at Contact
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The Bitten Peach presents: Peach Chutney at Contact Theatre, Manchester 11 February 2023 Tickets from £10.00 — Book now

Come and celebrate South Asian awesomeness with the Bitten Peach, the UK’s only gender-diverse Pan-Asian cabaret collective.

For this show – Peach Chutney – audiences will be called to the Queer Contact lounge before embarking on the ultimate travel experience. Celebrate South Asian heritage through the skies with in-flight games, Bollywood bops and five-star hospitality.

We’re big fans of The Bitten Peach, whose mission is to empower the queer Asian community by providing safe spaces, diversifying Asian representation, and educating non-Asians on racial issues.

Sit back, relax, fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the show.

Peach Chutney is being presented as part of Queer Contact Festival 2023 – be sure to check out our full preview.

The Bitten Peach presents: Peach Chutney at Contact Theatre, Manchester 11 February 2023 Tickets from £10.00 Book now

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