Sexquisite: Intimate
  • London Fringe

We invite you to come and share an intimate space of poetry, music, theatre and comedy, brought to you by multidisciplinary artists.

Slip into something cosy, and get ready to snuggle up on bean bags and cushions, indulging in an evening of magical performances at London's culture and creative hub, Rich Mix. Bringing you a line up of exciting established and emerging artists - Sexquisite: Intimate - is an intersectional night bridging the gap between artist communities.

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Joana Nastari

Get comfy and cuddle up for a deep listening party of audio play 'WORK', produced by Soundworlds and directed by Beth Pitts.

'WORK' is a reimagining of writer and performer Joana Nastaris debut play Fuck You Pay Me, which enthralled audiences and smashed stereotypes back in 2019, with its deeply nuanced, furiously political and frequently hilarious exploration of sex work.

Playing with the real and imagined intimacies of the strip club and theatre, WORK invites the listener to share Hollys world in intimate detail, with richly textured ASMR-inspired sound design and a banging favela-funk score by DJ and composer Charlotte Bickley that carries us through the nights adrenaline-fuelled highs and crushing lows, to the commute home.

Maedb Joy and Rosie Webb

Both graduates from one of the worlds leading drama and music schools, Maedb and Rosie have been collaborating for years, creating an innovative and exciting hybrid of music and poetry. They will be performing never heard before work, exploring addiction, work, and navigating life as emerging artists in London.

Carmen Ali

Carmen Ali will be performing a set of song, poetry and comedy, exploring what it means to exist as both an artist and a sex worker. Her work has been featured by The BBC, Time Out and Institute of Contemporary Arts.

More to be announced!

About Sexquisite Events

Sexquisite Events is an arts company platforming sex worker artists, working across theatre, cabaret and nightlife. Sexquisite: Intimate, is the first event showcasing a mix of sex worker and non sex worker artists.

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Concessions are for those who qualify as low income, such as being un-employed or low wage.

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