Hurled Words. Thrown Objects. Dodged Burgers.

Travis Alabanza had a burger thrown at them whilst walking over a busy London Bridge in broad daylight. Nobody did anything.

Written and performed by Travis Alabanza | Directed by Sam Curtis Lindsay

UK Tour

19 October – 17 November 2018

BURGERZ will be accompanied by some xtra toppingz (additional events) including:

TRANZ TALKZ
Hackney Showroom 4 October, 7pm
Alabanza calls trans and non-binary folk from 5 different cities to join them  for an intimate dinner of burgers and chips to discuss, reflect and document experiences of queer and transphobic public harassment.
Free but please book https://www.hackneyshowroom.com/tranz-talkz/

BURGERZ Exhibition
23 Oct – 3 Nov
A new exhibition sharing stories of the lived experiences of transgender and gender-non-conforming people and how they navigate the world outside. Featuring audio recordings from our Tranz Talkz series and a wardrobe exhibition.
Free https://www.hackneyshowroom.com/burgerz-exhibition/

Company Information

Performed by Travis Alabanza

Directed by Sam Curtis Lindsay

Set & Costume Design Soutra Gilmour

Associate Designer Isabella Van Braeckel

Lighting Design Lee Curran & Lauren Woodhead

Sound Design XANA

Movement Nando Messias

Listings information

19-20 Oct                    Ovalhouse, London
52-54 Kennington Oval, London SE11 5SW
7.45pm
£5 in advance, £8 on the door
www.ovalhouse.com | 020 7582 7680

23 Oct – 3 Nov            Hackney Showroom, London
Hackney Downs Studios, Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT
Mon – Sat, 7.30pm
£12 (£10 previews)
www.hackneyshowroom.com | 020 3095 9747

14-17 Nov                    Royal Exchange, Manchester
St Ann’s Square, Manchester M2 7DH
7.30pm
£13 / £11 Concessions | Limited number of £7 tickets available to Under 26 & Students
www.royalexchange.co.uk | 0161 833 9833 

Supported by the Arts Council England, in association with Ovalhouse, Royal Exchange Theatre & Marlborough Theatre. BURGERZ is also part of the And What? Queer. Arts. Festival. Funded by Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund