Life Drawing with Prinx Silver - Valentine's Edition
  • London Fringe

Prinx Silver Presents

Draw me like one of your Trans Boys Valentine's Edition.

Calling all queers, trans+, non-binary painters (or any queer who can hold a pencil and want to have a good time!) for a Life Drawing evening with Prinx Silver.

Prinx Silver is, for once, leaving the mic on the side to pose in silence for a couple of hours (what a challenge!). They'll come dressed as the iconic Roman god of love Cupid (but gayer!) for this one and only Valentine's Edition. What better way to celebrate trans and queer love!

Across the evening, Prinx will be striking different poses that will range from 5-20 mins.

This is an event for ALL levels. No experience is needed. Come for the queers or come for the drawing!

We'll be playing the gayest and cheesiest songs ever heard.

The event will be live-streamed on Zoom if you are not able to attend, join us from the comfort of your living room.

Doors: 5.30pm

Event: 6pm-8.30pm (with a 30-min break).


Will materials be supplied?

Some materials will be supplied like paper, pencils, rubbers and erasers. However, please bring your own if you're able to/wanna use anything else.

Can I take photos during the class?

Yes, feel free to post photos/videos of Prinx Silver and of your drawings. And, please remember to tag @prinxsilver and @thegloryldn).

Is there a break?

Yes, the drawing session will take 2 hours in total with a 30-min break where you'll be able to get some drinks and mingle (if you fancy).

What's the Accessibility like?

The event is in the basement, which is sadly not wheelchair-accessible. It has a set of stairs.

However, we'll be live-streaming the session via zoom.

How do I get there?

Nearest station is Haggerston (on the overground).

From Liverpool Street Station, take bus 242 or 149 (towards North) Laburnum St stop.

What's the COVID policy?

We ask everyone to show proof of a negative lateral flow (done 24 hours max. prior to the event).

Please register the result on: or show us the actual test.

** If you are low/unwaged, please email us at [email protected] and we will add you to the guest list **

** This space prioritises and centres LGBTQI+ people, especially trans+ & non-binary people.

Respectful queer allies are welcome.

** We have a zero-tolerance policy to racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, ableism, ageism, fatphobia, body shaming or slut shaming.

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