‘Dear Edna’

Overview

Dear EdnaDavid Hoyle in collaboration with Homotopia.

As part of Homotopia at Tate Exchange, England’s avant-guardian David Hoyle presents a tribute to the work and legacy of Joe Orton, inspired by the letters of Orton’s alter ego Edna Welthorpe.

 

Joe Orton (1933-1967) was a Leicester-born playwright whose life and work helped to define 1960’s British culture. Known for his anarchic black comedies and sexually frank diary, Orton is a major post-war dramatist and a gay icon.

‘Dear Edna’ commemorates the 50th anniversary of Orton’s death in 2017.

Tickets are free but booking is essential. Click on “Book tickets” to reserve your place.

By special arrangement with The Joe Orton Estate, Casarotto Ramsay & The Joe Orton Archive University of Leicester

Image: Lee Baxter

Venue & Booking

VenueTate Liverpool
DateSat 4th November
Categories
Time4pm
TicketsFREE
NotesPre-booking essential.
AddressAlbert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4BB.
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