The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs Post Show Event
  • London Fringe

House of Pride X Moonlight Experiences presents The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs post-show social w/ cocktails + performances + DJs.

Join House of Pride and Moonlight Experiences for theatre and post-show event with queer entertainers + DJs (announcements coming soon). Watch award-winning writer Iman Qureshi's new heart-warming comedy play 'The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs' at Soho Theatre and join us for a social post-show where there will be singing, dancing, and a lot of lesbians.

**Come dressed up in your finest Lesbian attire (whatever that looks like, we want to see it).**

The eight-strong cast show is about a lesbian community choir struggling to survive. Led by a world-weary conductor, the choir flirt, gossip, and attempts to sing their way onto the main stage at Pride. The story also explores the lack of lesbian visibility and spaces, with love, queerness, and belonging at the heart of the play.

The show is co-commissioned by Soho Theatre and Damsel Productions; a theatre company championing womens untold stories.

Show duration: 2h 10 mins (including interval) + post-show event to follow after.

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