6 Sept: Redefining Asian
The opening panel will interrogate, examine and explore the word ‘Asian’. Panelists will consist of South and East / Southeast Asian theatre practitioners and academics to spark conversations on updating this terminology and building solidarity across all Asian communities without ignoring the diversity and specificity of their differences.
Dr Diana Yeh
4 October: Asian Poets’ Corner
A performance evening of award-winning poets of ESEA heritage – just four of the plethora of talented ESEA writers in Britain today.
Makan Malaysia will be back again with their mouth-watering menu from 5pm in our Café Bar. Check out what’s on the menu for this month’s pop-up→
15 Nov: WeRNotVirus 2
The sequel to last year’s critically acclaimed new-writing event created in response to the Covid related surge in anti-Asian race hate (The Guardian ‘Hottest Front Room Seat’) – this time live as well as twitch-streamed by NanoKim (“Gloriously celebrates difference and its power.” Lyn Gardner)
6 Dec: Asian Is The New Comedy and Rock n’ Roll
Ease into the festive season with Moongate showcasing a fine evening of Asian stand-up comedians and musicians in a relaxed gig setting.
This event will take place live at Omnibus Theatre.
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