Live Collision presents

Performance

LCIFxTLAS: All Trans on Decks

Dates: 28 Apr - 28 Apr

Tickets: €0.00

Festival Party

Closing out an inspiring week of Irish and international Live art at LCIF, Trans Live Art Salon will be hosting an after party in Chelsea Drugstore from 11pm after kicking things off in Project bar to start.

Behind the decks: All trans and enbie DJs from Trans Live Art Salon, Club Comfort and beyond.
In front of the decks: You, dancing ur hearts out.

Lovers of live art and lovers of bop equally welcome.

Feat. bby (Club Comfort), blusher (Patrúin), Saerlaith (TLAS) and more TBC.

This work is part of TLAS@LCIF, a strand of programming presented in collaboration with Trans Live Art Salon.

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