This unique program of interactive online workshops with several stars of the Scottish drag king scene will fully equip you with the resources, practical skills and tools needed to create in these challenging times.
Starting January 9th through 4 core workshops and 3 optional top-up workshops you will:
- Create a unique drag king persona
- Develop your debut performance
- PLUS get feedback from some of Scotland’s most experienced drag kings with the opportunity to take part in a performance showcase in February
【SCHOLARSHIPS】Created to increase the diversity in the Scottish drag king scene and help build a performing king community rich in cultures and experiences, scholarship opportunities are available and open to individuals of any gender who are ordinarily resident in Scotland and who also identify as disabled and/or a person of colour/black, asian and minority ethnic (BAME) background. Application deadline November 30th - application form with details at the link http://linktr.ee/ShutUpAndKing
【DATES & TIMES】
Core Workshop 1 DRAG KING 101 with Dorian T. Fisk | Jan 9th 2021 2-5pm GMT
Core Workshop 2 'BRING OUT THE INNER KING, DARLIN’ with Dean Gummer feat. Eli Buck | Jan 16th 2021 2-3:30pm GMT
Core Workshop 3 'FLASH GORDON'S ALIVE?!' with Dean Gummer feat. Boris Gay | Jan 23rd 2021 2-3:30pm GMT
Core Workshop 4 'RIGHT THIS WAY, THE STAGE IS WAITING' with Dean Gummer Jan 30th 2021 2-3:30pm GMT
Top Up Workshop 1 COMEDY 101 with Dean Gummer | Jan 19th 2021 7-9pm GMT
Top Up Workshop 2 BOYLESQUE 101 with Dorian T. Fisk | Jan 20th 2021 7-9pm GMT
Top Up Workshop 3 ‘LET'S GET DIGITAL’ with Dorian T. Fisk feat. Dean Gummer, Eli Buck & special guest Mr Dandy Issues | Jan 21st 2021 7-9pm GMT
These workshops focus on the performance of masculinity and are open to people of any gender. Suitable for anyone with an interest in drag performance or looking to expand their performance skill range.
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