Join us for an evening hosted by Tito Bone and featuring a variety of guests including drag artists, poets and spoken-word performers. This lively and thoughtful cabaret will take aim at society’s attitudes towards difference through characters who refuse to be contained.
An Evening with Tito Bone
- British Sign Language
- Audio described
About your contributors
Amelia Cavallo AKA Tito Bone
Amelia Cavallo, AKA Tito Bone is a blind performer with experience in theatre, burlesque, aerial circus, music and drag. Their work explores intersections of identity, which for them means looking at how being a queer, disabled femme with a big smile and a dirty mind can create art that is unique, provocative and enjoyable. When Amelia isn’t on stage, flying through the air or behind a musical instrument, they can be found working towards a PhD in critical theory. They are co-founder of Quiplash, an LGBTQQIA disabled-led theatre company.
Sipho is a performance artist and writer who incorporates spoken word poetry, dance & acting to tell stories and to engage (sometimes impromptu) with the audience. Influenced by interest in disability arts, education, hip-hop & theatre, Sipho enjoys a shared inclusive space as much as he enjoys entertaining through performance.
Donna Williams is a deaf poet working in English and British Sign Language. Working with such different languages has inspired a deep interest in translation and how her work can be made accessible to signing and non-signing audiences. She has performed around the UK and in America and Brazil.
Say hi to Venetia Blind, Cardiff’s only severely fabulous, severely hilarious and severely sight impaired DRAG QUEEN! The brain child of actor Jake Sawyers, Venetia’s hobbies include singing, breaking stereotypes and being employed, follow her on everything ‘@V_Blind_’, she’s proper funny.
Need to know
We’ll be in the Henry Wellcome Auditorium. To get there, take the stairs or the lift down to level –1. The auditorium is fitted with a hearing loop.
This is a relaxed event, which means that if you need to, you are welcome to move around and make noise at any time.
First come, first served
Booking a ticket for a free event does not guarantee a place on the day. Doors usually open 15 minutes before an event starts and we advise arriving before the scheduled start time to claim a place. We hold some spaces for people with access requirements. If you have any access requests or requirements, email us at email@example.com or call 020 7611 2222.
British Sign Language
This event will have British Sign Language interpretation. If you would like to come along, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7611 2222.
This event will be audio described for visitors who are blind or partially sighted. Places are free but very limited. If you would like to come along, email email@example.com or call 020 7611 2222.
This event will have live speech-to-text transcription for visitors who are D/deaf or hard of hearing. If you would like to come along, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7611 2222.