We're Hiring - Director of Homotopia

We’re Hiring – Director of Homotopia

We're hiring for a Director of Homotopia What does the next 20 years of LGBTQIA+ art and activism look like?
Creative Skills Programme
Young Homotopia

Creative Skills Programme

Our new artist development programme for LGBTQIA 16 – 25 years old is underway, you can still get involved
Homotopia Festival 2023 is coming!

Homotopia Festival 2023 is coming!

We're getting very excited at Homotopia HQ as we fast approach this year's festival.
Queer Creatives Meet-up

Queer Creatives Meet-up

Every penultimate Thursday of the month join Homotopia and Unity Theatre for a friendly and inclusive meet-up with local LGBTQIA
QueerCore at Homotopia Festival 2023

QueerCore at Homotopia Festival 2023

We're looking forward to sharing the amazing work by our QueerCore artists at this year's festival
Clash of the Titans - Homotopia Festival Opening Party
Circus, Festival, Theatre

Clash of the Titans – Homotopia Festival Opening Party

Saturday 11 November
We are back for the 2023 Homotopia Festival and are having the opening party of a life time.
claudiu oprea's Opening Ceremony
Festival, Workshop

claudiu oprea’s Opening Ceremony

Sunday 12 November
Installation reveal and intro + Artist Q&A Step into claudiu oprea's Cloud Gardens at Homotopia Festival 2023, where the enchanting
How To Catch A Pig
Festival, Music, Spoken word

How To Catch A Pig

Tuesday 14 November
How To Catch A Pig, is a sell out night created by artist and activist Liv Wynter as a celebration

About Homotopia

Founded in 2003, Homotopia is a Liverpool based arts & social justice organisation making a cultural impact through art and activism. Our aim is to support and platform local, national, and international LGBTQIA socially engaged artists and creatives.

Every November we present Homotopia Festival, the UK’s longest running LGBTQIA arts and culture festival, featuring a variety of LGBTQIA+ art across multiple venues and outdoor spaces in the city. In addition to our festival, we have a year-round programme of artist development, public artworks, and events.

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How To Catch A Pig.
November 14th, 7:30pm, @districtlpool 

How To Catch A Pig, is a sell out night created by artist and activist @livwynter as a celebration of creatives who also organise against the state, with a focus on queer and trans performers. Their band press.release are residents, alongside resident artists Toby and Aidy Evans Jesra, and DJ’s @sadqueersclub and 

Liv Wynter is a trans and working class grassroots organiser and performer, who has just launched their new self titled solo project ft music from Piglet. They have a published poetry collection, ‘Don’t Let It Go To Your Head’, and have 2 sold out theatre production runs (‘Rise of the Refrain’ 2021 Stanley Arts, ‘And So The Choir Gathers’ 2019 The Bunker).

They are gay bar and festival regulars with DJ MC double act Dance Mums, and spent 2022 touring stadiums with Queer House Party, playing Secret Garden Party, Boomtown, Wilderness, Latitude and Sziget, and being banned from the Southbank Centre for decapitating the queen. Liv is a dedicated abolitionist organiser, and stands in solidarity with all collectives organising against any systemic oppression.

Link to tickets in our bio! 

Clash of the Titans - Homotopia Festival Opening Party! 
November 11th, 7pm, @contentliverpool 

Forget everything you think you know about wrestling shows and feast your eyes on @fist__club – a London based queer cabaret and pro wrestling night, coming to a ring near you. Bringing a dynamite mash-up of fantastical comedy, sensational drag performers & hard-hitting live wrestling from the most exciting grapplers around – we’re here to prove that wrestling isn’t just drag for straight people, it’s drag FOR EVERYONE!

Also featuring @fillacrack and @lillysnatch !

Links to tickets in our bio! 

We're Hiring - Director of Homotopia 🎉

What does the next 20 years of LGBTQIA+ art and activism look like? As Homotopia celebrates our 20th year as an organisation, this is an exciting time to join and lead us into the next chapter.

Closing Date for Applications: Friday 20 October 6.30pm.
Salary: £37, 000 - £43, 000 FTE (£29,600 - £34,400 pro rata, 4 days a week)
Contract period: Permanent
Hours: 30 hours per week
Location: 2 days per week minimum from Homotopia office and WFH. 

Link in bio to apply!
Homotopia Festival 2023 is here! 11th November – 2nd December. ✨🔥

Gods and Monsters! TWENTY glorious, glamorous and outright outrageous years of queer art in Liverpool! 

Tickets on sale now, link in bio with more incredible acts, artists and activists to follow. 

See you all there! 

Art by @iamhuman_design 

#queerjoy #lgbtart #lgbtliverpool #homotopia
Calling all LGBTQIA+ performers aged 16-25, based in and around Merseyside!

This autumn, from Wednesday 13th September (every Wednesday, 6pm-8pm), Homotopia in collaboration with @gyroliverpool will be running a theatre group for young LGBTQIA+ people.

We are looking for singers, dancers, and actors to help make and perform a dynamic, activist, and FABULOUS piece of theatre (a Queer Panto) which will be performed at the Unity Theatre in November as part of the Homotopia Festival - the UK's longest running LGBTQIA arts and culture festival. 

Link to sign up is in our bio.
Help us celebrate 20 years of Homotopia Festival and join in the party from November 11th to December 1st 2023! 

More info coming soon… 👀👀
Save the Date!
11th November to 1st December. 

You don't want to miss what we have planned this year, and with it being the 20th year of the festival, we are going BIG! 🌈

#Homotopia #homotopiafestival