Performance Interpreting provides British Sign Language Interpreters to music and entertainment venues across the UK. We deliver quality access to the Deaf community, helping Service Providers to become inclusive and deaf friendly.
26th June 2018 - 19.30-21.30
BSL Interpreted Event
BSL Interpreters – Tracey Tyer and Peter Abraham
Inimitable comedian Caitlin Moran dives into a hilarious and thought-provoking discussion of all things famous in this laugh-out-loud event.
She talks about who the best famous people are and how to deal with it when they’re ‘problematic’; the video to Charlie XCX’s ‘Boys’; why the stone Rihanna keeps gaining and losing is awesome and normal; why ‘bad boys’ have had their day; how to tell if it was just ‘a regrettable shag’, or #metoo; #timesup; the forthcoming film of How to Build A Girl, and why we’re on the verge of a Lady Revolution.
There’s no Glastonbury this year, so Moran thought she’d put on her own version. Join in this subversive and delightful take on the best bits of the festival – dress up, gather with like-minded people, and spend the evening laughing, drinking and having thought-provoking discussions about how to change the world.
A copy of Caitlin Moran’s new book How to Be Famous is included with every ticket, and the author is signing books after the event – interpreters will be available for this.
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