This is a day that places the LGBTQIA+ community in the spotlight and on which professionals, academics, artists and Brussels residents meet online. For this edition, artist and entrepreneur Jaouad Alloul (he/his/gender-fluid) curates an evening in which various voices within the LGBTQIA+ community are given a chance to be heard. Comedian Serine Ayari is your guide during this special evening of music, dance and theatre.
Colours of the rainbow: The last mermaid Programme :
– Keynote speech by performance artist, writer and cultural worker Kopano Maroga (in English)
– Dance by Rabba to the beats of DJ Ramos Sama
– Jaouad Alloul performs the theatrical text The Last Mermaid. For this he inhabits the skin of Coco, a free-spirited femme fatale from a 1930s Brussels cabaret. A theatrical piece about what has been achieved so far but also about a battle that is not yet completely over. (In dutch, subtitled in french)
– Concert by composer and pianist Neil Akenzua
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