Pas De Duh @ Wilderness Festival
Aug
3
to Aug 4

Pas De Duh @ Wilderness Festival

Presented by Live Art Bistro…

With a fondness for the satirical, the brazen and the weird Pas De Duh are continuously inspired by the history of burlesque, the music hall and the working mens club. Diving into vaudeville and the grotesque the double act create boldly audacious acts that embody a camp send-up of show business.

Location - House of Sublime

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Sealth and Hafety @ Wilderness festival
Aug
3
9:00 PM21:00

Sealth and Hafety @ Wilderness festival

Presented by Live Art Bistro…

Laughing in the face of slips, trips and falls this stunt duo are safety officers with a difference. Sealth and Hafety perform a series of mildly dangerous acts for your viewing pleasure. Watch them unashamedly attempt the impossible, ignore all standard operating procedures and reject the hierarchies of pain prevention.

Do not expect a risk assessment.

Location - House of Sublime

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Pas De Duh @ L19 - Juicebox with Tommy Cash and Yves Tumor
May
11
to May 12

Pas De Duh @ L19 - Juicebox with Tommy Cash and Yves Tumor

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JUICEBOX returns to L19 for one night of cult-queer art-club hedonism with TOMM¥ €A$H and Yves Tumor.

Over the years, LiveArt Bistro have gained notoriety for their take on late-night soirees – capturing the attention of some of the world’s most radical and boundary-breaking performers in the process.

JUICEBOX at Live Art Bistro proves no exception. Housed in the Festival Village, this closing party is set to raise the bar – despite what Leeds has come to expect in the fluid playgrounds of the city’s underground performance/party scene.

L19 Cube @ The Village
Afterparty @ Live Art Bistro

Tickets on sale now.

> leedsinternationalfestival.com

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bYOB
Apr
27
4:00 PM16:00

bYOB

bYOB
70/30 Split (UK)

Dressed ready for a riot and dancing distorted folk dances of times gone by; four performers are caught between different notions of masculinity.

bYOB stages contrasting versions of bravado and belonging, and reflects on the rise of nationalism and mob mentality. Four men grapple with their roles in the performance and the world.

70/30 Split is comprised of Lydia Cottrell and Sophie Unwin, a female performance duo who choreograph satirical and provocative dance through words, singing and stomping.

“Cottrell and Unwin are as touching as they are resolutely fearless.”
– The Guardian

Presented at Riley Theatre as part of Transform 19 - A Festival of Powerful, International Performance - transformfestival.org

Tickets - £13/£8 https://transformfestival.org/box-office/

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