The Masked Femme has been a champion in every sense throughout her wrestling career. She’s been half of a formidable tag team, as well as a femme fatale in her own right, all while being one of the few loud-and-proud-queers on the scene. Join us for the historical unmasking ceremony after her crushing defeat at the hands of The Butcher, and hear how she came to be a trans icon of the wrestling scene. In this live accessible performance on 23rd July at Unity Theatre Liverpool and in a recorded performance available afterwards, we’ll give you tragedy-meets-clowning, we’ll give you drag-meets-wrestling, and we’ll even give you covid-safe working practices. Rickety Fidgets will piledrive British transphobia for the three-count in this silly but heartfelt tale of one trans wrestler’s rise and fall.
Rickety Fidgets is made up of Georgie, Déb, Aidan and Elli. We’re a young, community-rooted touring theatre company based in Liverpool, with a focus on making theatre as welcoming and accessible as possible. We tell stories of marginalised narratives for anyone who’s ever felt on the outside, that cover many formats including stage shows, zoom performances, storybooks and live streams – always complete with our thrown-together, no-polish-necessary feel. We are queer, accessible and rickety, and that’s all there is to it baby!
In Person at Unity Theatre 19:30
For further information and to book tickets: https://www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk/whats-on/the-masked-femme/
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