Using the Queer and Now exhibition backdrop of the decriminalisation of male homosexuality as a starting point, Bird explores Millbank Prison which once stood on the site that is now Tate Britain uncovering stories of the queer dispossessed working class and colonised peoples.

Between 1843 and the end of transportation in the 1850s, Milbank Prison was once the hub from which convicts were transported to Australia and Van Diemens Land. The piece uncovers the lives of queer convicts including:

The performance culminates with a performative ritual to honour queer convicts at the convict memorial on Milbank.