For the second of three public events held for the 2013 Sexuality Summer School: ‘Queer Imaginaries’, we are delighted to welcome Lois Weaver (Professor of Contemporary Performance Practice, Queen Mary, London), who will be performing ‘What Tammy Found Out: A Front Line Report from the Back Porch, the Schoolyard and the Dinner Table’ at Contact on Wednesday 22nd May, 7.30pm.
Due to overwhelming demand, this event has been moved to the main theatre space of Contact. Today is the last chance to get a ticket before tonight’s performance so please book a ticket and come along!
Tammy WhyNot is a performance persona claiming to be a trailer park survivor who has taken up a career in country music to become a lesbian performance artist and a university researcher. Tammy is dedicated to the facilitation of public engagement in social and economic justice and experimental forms of democracy. She applies her considerable courage and uncomplicated curiosity to her research project, What Tammy Needs to Know…about education and class; high art and popular culture; performance and human rights; feminism and femininity; and sex and aging. ‘What Tammy Found Out’ is a performance lecture that will present findings from 62 years of research.
Tickets in advance. Booking is via 01612740600 or online at www.contactmcr.com/loisweaver
Social media – if you are on Twitter then Contact is @contactmcr, the #hashtag is #whattammyfoundout
Facebook event is at https://www.facebook.com/events/643167495700128