Scottee & Friends present

Special Event

Fat Blokes: Dinner Debate

Dates: 15 Jan - 15 Jan

Show Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: €3

Scottee has made a new (sort of) dance show about fat bodies showing at Project Arts Centre in February. In the run up, he is inviting you over for tea, a gossip and a think – a chance for us to get together to discuss body politics, fatness and what some people on Instagram are calling ‘body positivity’.

Why do we worry about how the world perceives us?
Why are fat people considered a public enemy?
Who polices our bodies and why?
Will everything be solved with just one more Dove advert?

Join Scottee for an evening of debate and free pizza
– ask questions, contribute to the debate or just listen.

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