Raze Collective Weekend

Part of Summer at Southbank Centre

Celebrate the best in queer (LGBTQI+) culture with theatre, dance and music at the Raze Collective Summertime Stage takeover.

The Raze Collective is a charity that supports, develops and nurtures queer performance in the UK. Raze was established in response to the closure of many long-standing queer venues.

By bringing together people working in different aspects of the queer performance community, including performers, producers, promoters, directors, venue owners, academics and audience members, the charity hopes to protect and promote queer performance for everyone.

Friday 10 August

The Cocoa Butter Club
5pm – 7pm
Shake off that dry dusty feeling and get ready to lotion up, with a generous dose of Cocoa Butter; a spirited soiree celebrating performers of colour. Hosted by Sadie Sinner the Songbird with a line-up including: Rhys' Pieces, Sunny The Snakeboy, Symoné and Afrooankali.

Nostalgia of Mothership
8:30pm – 10pm
Fusing funk, rock, electronica and disco into an irresistible interstellar overdrive of sound and vision, Nostalgia of Mothership are a cosmic collision of creative hearts and forces from every walk of London’s underground musical universe. Performing live throughout the evening with interludes from Josh Caffe.

10pm – 12 midnight
DJ Josh Caffe

Saturday 11 August

Figs in Wigs
12 noon – 7pm
Aficionados of deadpan dancing and pointless party games, Figs in Wigs present a Southbank Centre take-over. Expect lip syncs, line dances, world record attempts, sing alongs and more. Featuring some of their best friends from the live art and cabaret world including: Fancy Chance, Ginger Johnson, Joey Fourr, The ShayShay Show and Yoko Fomo. Small people and their adults are encouraged to join in.

Nimmo
8:30pm – 10pm
Sarah Nimmo and Reva Gauntlett lead their electro-pop outfit on a deliciously dark journey to dancefloor gold.

DJ Chaka Khan't
10pm – 12 midnight

Sunday 12 August

Bar Wotever: Queer Theory IRL!
12noon – 6pm
Bar Wotever presents a vibrant stage for both up-and-coming and well established LGBT and queer drag artists, performers, spoken word artists and musicians.

Dates & times

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where

Royal Festival Hall
Riverside Terrace, Level 2

Pricing

Free

need to know

Event information
In the case of bad weather we may need to pause or cancel events on the Summertime Stage.

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