Trans Creative

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Trans Creative at Contact Theatre, Manchester 10 — 11 February 2017 Tickets from £6.00 — Book now

Kate O’Donnell: Hayley and Me

Coronation Street’s Hayley Cropper appeared in our living rooms three times a week. Bringing Hayley back into the limelight, Kate O’Donnell’s cabaret takes a nostalgic look at trans history and the impact of this beloved classic character. Expect music, visuals, audience interaction and an iconic anorak.

Elijah Harris: Brand New Boy

How does it feel to be a Brand New Boy? Elijah Harris tackles the intricate complexities, and often mundane experiences, of transitioning from female to male in this playful and important performance.

Suitable for over 14s.

 

Trans Creative at Contact Theatre, Manchester 10 — 11 February 2017 Tickets from £6.00 Book now

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