LRG and Dame Grrl present a night of derby bands and drag.
London Rollergirls have joined forces with Dame Grrrl to bring you a night chock full of excellent music and some of the best drag acts around. We thought it was time to show you what musical talents some of our league mates had up their sleeves. In between each band, Dame Grrrl bring you some show stopping drag performances, as well as Guttfull who will close out the live music before handing over to DJ Zomb-E!
This is a fundraising show for DIY Space and London Rollergirls.
Queer/trans alt-rock/pop punk band from London.
ONE TWO ONE TWO
Dream babes with dream tunes (we don’t know what we’re doing).
Drag acts for the night: Quincy Dents + TBC
Tickets: £7 on the door / PA and carers free / nobody turned away for lack of funds, email for cheap/free tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is DIY Space for London?
DIY Space For London is a cooperatively-run social centre located in South London, just off Old Kent Road. They offer low cost creative facilities, meeting rooms and social space as well as space for screenings, talks and performances. The space works to promote the ideas of mutual aid (helping each other) and cooperation (working together). Providing a welcoming space for everyone, including those whose voices and contributions are not always heard or appreciated, is a top priority for them.
To attend an event, you need to be a member, which costs £2 a year and can be done in a few minutes online: www.membermojo.co.uk/diyspaceforlondon or a guest of a member.
DIY Space For London is open to all ages. Children under 12 must wear ear defenders and any persons under 18 must be signed in and accompanied by a responsible adult member.
DSFL is committed to amplifying the voices of people who, outside of this place, do not always get heard as loudly, or whose experiences and opinions are all-too-often thought of as less important or valid.
They want all our fellow members and the guests they bring along to agree to a way of being, doing and interacting in the space so that we can work together to make some amazing stuff happen.
They call these ideas their “accountability agreement” and they can be found here: www.diyspaceforlondon.org/accountability
For more info on DIY Space for London’s Access please visit their website for info on how to find the venue, venue description, bookable access facilities, gender neutral toilets, and more.
To get in touch:
Email – email@example.com
Phone – 020 7635 9470 (Leave a message and we will respond)
Response time – Someone will be able to respond within 5 days
Our volunteers are happy to meet event attendees at the nearest bus stop, please contact to arrange.
DIY Space has an Access Group that is always working to improve accessibility. Most recently it worked towards making DIY Space For London the UK’s first volunteer-run venue to achieve Bronze status on the Charter of Best Practice from Attitude is Everything – a charity that improves Deaf and disabled people’s access to live music.