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Raze returned Matchstick Piehouse to present another showcase of incredible live music.

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In the foreground is a woman seated at a grand piano, singing into a microphone whilst playing. She has a huge dark brown beehive hairstyle and wears a very glittery blue and purple long sleeved dress. In the background another performer in a similar outfit rests on the piano. On the left two musicians dressed in black are paused, watching the pianist.

Raze Collective and Philharmonia Orchestra present a queer extravaganza of contemporary cabaret.

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A black person holds an acoustic guitar and plays whilst singing into a microphone on a stand. Their long black braids are pulled into a large loose bun, their eyes are closed in concentration. They are wearing a light green jumper. There is a keyboard in the background.

Raze worked with Matchstick Piehouse to present an incredible night of live music by some of London's most talented LGBTQI+ musicians.

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Le Fil, an asian performer stands confidently on centre stage, with legs apart and arms raised, singing into a microphone, their head turned to the left. They are wearing a black bodysuit with a loose fitting white floaty gown with a train, which they hold up in their right hand. In the background are two white, male dancers wearing white vests, shorts, trainers and socks.

Raze Collective took to the stage at the Queen Elizabeth Hall day and night to bring you the very best in new queer music!

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