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Strictly Queer Dancing

Today Sunday 6 March, we welcome all dancers to our dance event again.

Reason why we stared these events was that we like to dance and to have fun. Not take it too serious, but serious enough to go, and dance one Sunday afternoon with others who also like it. Since the start it has been so much fun and every time there is a wide range of ages and abilities who turn up and take part.  

We start the event with Queer Tango Lesson at 5pm. All levels welcome!

JorgeArbert_QueerTangoIntroducing our guest teacher Jorge Arbert a performer in dance, theater, tango and stilts. He has had a professional career in performance in Argentina and now lives in Amsterdam.

Jorge runs Tango Queen in Amsterdam, a initiative that explores dancing tango with no fixed roles.

He’s in London currently working as an actor/mover at the ENO (The English national opera of London ) in The Magic Flute.


Wotever Winter BALL!

Wotever Winter BallStrictly Come Dancing! And so should YOU!

We invite all who like to dance, couple dance, Ballroom style, Swing those hips and move their feet!

a LGBT and Queer Tea Dance, Sunday Afternoon open for all!

Special Performance by the AMAZING Lemington Ridley and Nejc Jus

With DJ Jo Bunny and an All Female Big Band, lead by the amazing Tricity Vogue playing Live! Skip, Jump and Jive to Hackney Attic
Sunday 14 Dec 2014

Tickets £12 at Box Office!

To Book in Advance You can do so on Hackney Attic’s website


Fred Asatire - the one and only! DJ Jo Bunny Dancing THe blues away



Wotever Cabaret: Queer Experiments

Queer Experiments April 14Welcome to Another exciting event, with exploration around the theme: what it means to be an outsider.
On Stage we share Circus Skills, Music & Performance Art

Welcome to Another exciting event, with exploration around the theme: what it means to be an outsider.
On Stage we share Circus Skills, Music & Performance Art


Aletia Upstairs – singing about longing and be longing..

Mzz Kimberly singing goddess on rollerskates…

Rubyyy Jones learns and tell us as it is.. and tonight she host the whole thing!

Visuals Exploring the topic…

Hackney Attic is upstairs at Hackney picturehouse
Get your tickets downstairs and take the lift up to floor 5!
The Penthouse suite!

Doors from 8pm, show start 8.30
Entry £7

Book your tickets: http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Hackney_Picturehouse/film/Wotever_World_Queer_Experiments/
Produced by Wotever World 

We love cinema venues



Queer ExperimentsFor no other reason, that we do love it. Wotever goes well with cinema.. we have always felt at home in a cinema setting, and over the years we have been to many, set up, done our stuff… In a cinema.

Soon we are back with our Queer Experiments night at Hackney Attic, top floor of Hackney Picturehouse in …. Hackney. We will do show, talk and create a Wotever Cabaret filled with lovely, scary and mind blowing thoughts. WoteverworldSlide3

please come and see us where we feel at home…..

Here is a video from another gig we did at Hackney Attic, in the video you can see Tabitha Benjamin & Dorian Wood interviewed.<——- Just click on image


Queer Experiment

Queer Experiment 
A Wotever Cabaret

Queer ExperimentsA Show with some of the Smartest and Sassiest WordSmiths, CabaretMakers and BalletBoys…
Wotever create space beyond the boundary, and this evening we Experiment with ‘Queerness & Belonging’

Line Up:
Desmond O’Connor – His bittersweet lyrics and insanely catchy melodies never fail to shock, charm and entertain

Elizabeth Hotson – award winning comedian bring one of her characters, Julie Jones, with her tonight, and anything can happen..

Nathan Dean Williams – Nathan tells stories… In guises… with surprises… ‘A filthy, twisted Alan Bennett for the jilted generation’ The Fix Online

About Wotever Cabaret:
‘Erasing all boundaries and stereotypes from the blackboard this innovative night featured a wealth of the smartest, sexiest and most unique performers who encourage different ways of gender expressions.’ QX

Wotever World is an LGBT & Queer Arts & Culture group and have created stuff on stage & screen since 2003.

Venue: Hackney Attic, Hackney Picturehouse
Date: Thu 21 November
Time: 20:30, doors from 20:00
Entry: £7