Bar Wotever Fundraiser for lgbtq+ Activist Groups in Egypt
June 27 @ 7:00 pm - 11:55 pm| £6
This weeks Bar Wotever will be a fundraiser in aid of raising money for Bedayaa, an LGBTQ+ activist group in Egypt!
This evening we are joined by Shrouk El-Attar and Katy Jalili
“Young Egyptians are rising up! In the past 6 years activist groups have formed and started standing up for our rights; groups like Bedayaa (2010), Rainbow Egypt (2012), and Mesahat (2015) are new activist groups that support LGBT+ Egyptians and letting us know that, against everything we are taught growing up in our school books, Queer people are still human and we deserve to exist in dignity in our own country.” – Shrouk El-Attar
Hosted by the wonderful Lolo Brow!
Plus, we have some fresh new open mic acts ready to hop onto our stage!
Bar Wotever – Queer Tuesdays at RVT
Doors: from 7pm, Show start 8.30pm, ends abt 10.30
Then DJs play until we close at Midnight
Entry: £6 / conc with proof £4
In advance £5
If you would like to perform in one of our Open Mic slots, please fill in this form and follow the instructions: https://www.facebook.com/
First come first served!
At our Open Mic you get max 8 minutes on stage. We do not tolerate Homo and/or Transphobia or Racism in any way or form. If you create a mess – you clean it up!
Join Us, Join In!
Share what you are up to with all of us.
After the Interval – where the Community share what’s on with the Community that is there! If you have things to share, be prepared directly after the first hald of the show, bring flyers and printed info to hand out if you can/have + Always post it in our Bar Wotever group on FB after, so more can see and get the info!
Tuesdays at RVT
We work with some of the best LGBT & Queer Performers in London, UK and the World, plus encourage newcomers and beginners with great attitude and things to say. We also champion a big group of Residential Royal Vauxhall Tavern. In 2017 we celebrate our Twelfth Year of creating space for Queer Art and Culture!
The RVT has flat across and we can accommodate wheelchairs on the lower tables with uninterrupted sight lines to the stage. We endure no strobes and minimise flashing lights at the RVT.
There is no wheelchair access to the stage. There are 4 steps at the front and four into the dressing room. There are toilet cubicles that can be accessed without steps, however there are no wheelchair accessible toilets at the venue. Nearest one is by Vauxhall bus station.
We are working to improve accessibility to all our events. If you are able to assist in ensuring all of our diverse audience is accommodated please contact firstname.lastname@example.org // email@example.com
Bar Wotever in Uganda
Since May 2015 Bar Wotever pay the rent for a LGBT SANCTUARY HOUSE in Kampala, Uganda. We ask for donations now and then at Bar Wotever – but you can also help via this link if you so wish: https://paypal.me/