Part of The Last Word, a festival where words come alive.
A critique of identity politics, that celebrates diversity at the intersections of gender, class, race and sexuality by self-professed dragademic and performance artist John-Paul Zaccarini.
Expect humorous stories that touch upon everyday racism, homophobia, and fragile male egos, a rap about revenge and a spoken word poem to the lush soundtrack of Peter Coyte as John-Paul tries to make complex theory accessible and entertaining.
And if he’s in the mood he might even throw in a circus trick or two.
About John-Paul Zaccarini
John-Paul is a dragademic, a Professor who raps: a queer, of colour, working class, hip-hop drama clown queen. Homo-funky and street spunky, serving up South London shade and immigrant working class realness, the show blends the brains with the bitch and the spectacular with the serious.
*Fees are £2.20 per transaction
Age Guidance: 12+
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
Running time: 65 mins (approx.)
Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance
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