Seahorse social: Cabaret & open mic

Thursday, February 25, 2010 - 23:00 to Friday, February 26, 2010 - 04:59

The Centre for Women and Trans People and LGBTOUT present . . .

"SEAHORSE SOCIAL": a unique collaborative pub night creating space for queer women, trans folk and allies. This event is trans inclusive.

Seahorse Social: Our habitats may be going extinct but tonight, this space is ours!
Seahorses are primarily threatened by fishing practices, particularly by non-selective trawling methods that rake the sea-bottom indiscriminately.

Let's swim together! Because there are less "boundaries" in water than in boxes?
We like to keep it fluid.
Metaphors . . . connections . . . reclaiming . . .

From Drag Kings to Dance Party. From a quiet pub space in the front to a raging dance and performance space in the back. Something for everyone! This party is one of the few spaces offering a queer student space carved out in downtown Toronto.
(Close to, but off the UofT campus).

Cabaret & Open Mic. !LET'S GET HERD! Take to the stage with your provocative truths or simply revel in the thrills. A variety of performances by local artists with open mic to follow.
Music by DJ CONTEHGIOUS

Artist call-out:

*Musicians*Dancers*Poets*Puppeteers *Comedians*Drag Performers*Performance *Artists*Fire Breathers*Jugglers*Contortionists*Story-tellers* Theatrix*Mimes* *Clowns*

Take the stage and bring your provocative truths to a night of boundary breaking Cabaret performances.

Please contact us if you want to perform by Monday, February 22nd. Honorariums will be available to performers who RSVP by the deadline.

For more details, or to sign-up, contact Margaret at staff.womenscentre@utoronto.ca or call 416 978 8201.

!!!NO COVER!!!
!!!Amazing Drink Specials All Night!!!
!!!$2 Minidrafts!!!
pwyc coat check with funds donated to LGBT Youthline

The bar also has a licensed smoking patio!

This event is 19+. Please bring valid ID. Unfortunately it is not wheelchair accessible.

This is a trans positive event.
Allies are welcome.

The SEAHORSE SOCIAL occurs the last Thursday of every month. Being a new event join in and help shape it through your presence, ideas, and energy.

For more info and events check out LGBTOUT! and the U of T's Women's Center.

 

 

Gladaman's Den
502 Yonge st. just north of Alexander street, close to College Station
ON M4Y Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 47.4876" N, 79° 23' 1.9464" W
Ontario CA
The Centre for Women and Trans People UofT

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