Queer Makers Clinic

Sat 20 Apr 2024

Creation Space

Queer Makers Clinic

Sat 20 Apr 2024

Creation Space

Two performers are dressed as alternative teletubbies in colourful tracksuits, with drag and clown inspired make-up. They are posing with dynamic expressions. In the bottom right-hand corner, a pink paint stroke logo reads 'artsdepot artist development'.


£5 – £10 (details below)


Creation Space


1 hour 30 mins

Age suitability



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Queer makers! Join Jack Boal to troubleshoot your creative idea in a peer supportive environment. Bring an idea for a creative project or a discipline you want to incorporate into your theatre practice and we will help you to begin to realise this.

With dramaturgical support from Jack Boal, who uses drag, lip-sync and verbatim in his own theatre practice, this is a chance to ask for help within a community of artists at your doorstep. This workshop is about taking the seeds of an idea and bringing them out to future fruition.

Part of the tour of Thatcher-Rite, coming to artsdepot on Thursday 18th April 2024. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Jack is a working-class performance artist from North London. He makes work that is inherently political and entertaining, engaging audiences to create dialogue on the present and future through drag, clowning and interactive performance.

He explores the forms of cabaret, live art and theatre to communicate the personal and political in one. Motivated by a curiosity of personalities that stir deep emotional reactions, you will find humour, charm and theatricality throughout his work.

Ticket Rates:

£5 – Subsidised Rate: Subsidised from artsdepot’s access fund, available for participants on lower income/facing financial barriers. 

£8 – Base Rate: This cost is the basic rate required to cover the running costs of the workshop.   

£10 – Supporter Rate: For anyone who is able to and wants to pay a bit extra to support other participants. The money goes into our access fund which enables us to offer subsidised spaces for those who experience financial barriers which mean they wouldn’t be able to participate in the workshop.   

Photo Credits: Paul Fuller and Drunken Chorus

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