Over the past few years I’ve found my oeuvre creating comedy history tours of museums and other spaces. These tours explore mainstream histories of capitalism and colonialism from my particular bird’s eye perspective. A femme gaze. I like to call it Queer People’s History.
Tours and events
- Travelling Queer People’s History Show – my first ever solo full length show – currently in pilot
- Who Created the crime? with Dr Rohit K. Dasgupta, Ten years of Queer Perspectives, National Portrait Gallery
- Going Down – Queer Convicts, Queer and Now Festival, Tate Britain, 2017
- A Queer Portrait of a Workhouse, National Portrait Gallery, 2015
- A Swish around the Queer People’s Knick Knack Emporium video and live performance, Victoria and Albert Museum, 2015
- A Spectre is Haunting the Wallace Collection (and that Spectre is Revolution), Wallace Museum 2015
- LGBT history month tour Victoria and Albert Museum, 2014
- Kitsch event with Ruth Holliday and Tracey Potts, Victoria and Albert Museum, 2014
- Queer Walking: Capitalism and the City of London with Sebastian Buser, City of London (2013) and Fringe Festival (2014)
- Queer Perspectives with Sadie Lee, National Portrait Gallery, 2013
- Presenting Pomp: Royal Portraiture and Class before the 20th Century, National Portrait Gallery, 2012
See my Diary page for more information.