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LABS: An Evening of new Performance

Wednesday 29th May at Stanley Arts
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​Raze Collective presents a trio of new works, from three of the most exciting queer performance makers in the UK.
Elle Fierce, Wet Mess & Mr IPM present extracts of new work, developed as part of the Let Us Raze You LABS artist development programme. 

Join us at Stanley Arts for this one of a kind evening of experimental queer performance, across and between the mediums of drag, dance, new writing, live music, film & comedy.

“a night of brilliant works totally unafraid and unapologetic in their approaches” Dance Art Journal.

General admission £15

Lower Income tickets £10

If finance is a barrier to you coming along, drop an email to

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If you are joining us at LABS and want to know if our event is accessible for you, drop us an email at and we’ll happily give you as much information for you to make an informed decision. Here’s some information to get started with:

What to expect?

Let Us Raze You LABS will be a showcase of new works by 3 artists. Each work will be between 20-25 minutes in length, with breaks between each one. This event will include flashing light & strobe effects. Stanley Arts is an indoor/outdoor space, ideal for getting fresh air. The showcase will be in the Main Hall.

BSL Interpretation

2 BSL interpreters (Grace Buckle & Pettra St Hilaire) will be on-hand during the showcase. To let us know ahead of time if you will require BSL interpretation, drop an email to

Audio Description

Audio Description will be available at the showcase, This will be in-ear audio description (delivered by Adae Bajomo), via headsets. Please ask any team member if you require a headset upon arrival. You can also let us know ahead of time that you will require audio description, by sending an email to

Relaxed Space

The space will be run in a relaxed way. This means audience members can enter or exit spaces as they wish, stim & move as they wish. 


Content Notes

We will be updating this page with content warnings soon. These will also be available on the night & the host will announce these before each performance.  We do  expect that pieces will cover themes including transphobia, homophobia, racism, ableism. If you have any questions, email us on


Information on the Step Free access at Stanley Arts

Access for wheelchair users is separate from the main entrance, it is the fifth and final entrance on your right as you are coming up the hill, below the clocktower. This entrance is accessed via a ramp with a push button for a power assisted door which leads to a lobby. The accessible toilet is on the left as you come through this entrance. Once in the gallery lobby, pass the doors in front – which lead to the gallery or turn right towards the main hall lobby. From here take the double doors on your left to enter the Main Stanley Hall.

Click here to see a visual guide to the venue 


For more detailed accessibility information on Stanley Arts, head to

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