Dan Webber: Genre Fluid (Sat 9th)
The stand-up poet, reluctant bear and attempted vegan strips… away labels of life, love, the arts and the LGBTQ+ community in this fast-paced, honest and hilarious debut. Under constant pressure from marketing people to decide whether he is a comic or poet, Dan navigates through the confusing world of definitions.
Having produced two spoken word shows to date, Genre Fluid is the culmination of three years of writing, touring and performing at various events and festivals across the country.
Being constantly told you’re a comic at poetry nights and a poet at comedy nights can be very confusing, as is the constant pressure to define yourself and your work.
Genre Fluid is a study into labels in everyday life, in the arts and the LGBTQ+ community, written by Dan Webber (reluctant bear, attempted vegan).
"Webber's set quickly enters an easy-going, natural flow, with sentimental musings on self, mental health, masculinity, appearance, and place, all delivered with a playful and occasionally giddy appeal."
“A roller coaster of laughs and heart breaks, with some of my favourite poems being, ‘Anonymous at 6am’ and ‘Homo on the Rocks’ very different in tone and style and yet both equally as captivating”
Date: Saturday 9th November
Time: 9pm (doors: 8.50pm)
Show Length: 1 hour
Venue: Oscar and Rosie's
Venue Address: 6 Wilford Street | Castle Lock, Nottingham NG7 1JX
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