Digital Festival: Bring Homotopia Home

Digital Festival: Bring Homotopia Home

Whether you’re sheltering, happier at home or live far away from Liverpool (we feel for you!), you don’t have to miss out. 

Bring Homotopia Festival home this autumn and enjoy our finest selection of digital arts and livestreamed events.  

Buy a digital pass for access to all digital content or pay as you go. 


28 Oct – 14 Nov 
Becoming Mummies 

Jade and Grace are getting ready to become parents. It is a daunting task but add in that the parents are the same sex, and it becomes a whole lot more complicated.   

An audio piece written and narrated by Jade Anouka and Grace Savage, commissioned for Homotopia Festival 2021. 

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28 Oct – 14 Nov 

Pearl Necklace 

FREE (Suggested donation £3)  

From the creative team at EAT ME! Pearl Necklace is a new audio series of absurdist queer sketches celebrating the ingenuity (and ignorance!) of the LGBTIQA+ community past, present and future. 

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28 Oct, 8pm 

A Lovely Word at Homotopia 


Streamed live from the Everyman Bistro. We’re excited for the return of Liverpool’s most eclectic poetry night to Homotopia Festival 2021. Tonight’s headliner is Jay Hulme, an award-winning transgender performance poet, speaker and educator from Leicester. Plus open mic performances from local LGBTQIA poets. 

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29 Oct, 7pm 

Final Baby Girl 


Halloween comes early! Get ready for an evening of midnight-movie gore and bombastic bad taste in the killer new show from drag monstrosity Baby Lame. Streamed live, in front of an in-venue audience. Featuring trash-tastic songs, interactive comedy, gut-churning film clips and furious balls-out performance. 

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31 Oct – 14 Nov 

Queer Film Shorts, plus Meet the Filmmakers 


We are super pleased to present a curated series of queer film shorts, available to watch on-demand throughout the festival.  

Plus, find out more about the stories featured and the people behind the camera at our ‘Meet The Filmmakers’ online panel discussion on Sunday 31 October. 

Find out more here >> 


Sun 31 Oct, 7pm 

Dietrich: Live 


Let us bring this glamorous evening around the grand piano in the stunning setting of the Concert Room at St George’s Hall, direct to your home. Internationally touring cabaret and drag artist Peter Groom, presents ‘Dietrich: Live in Liverpool’ – a glittering, poignant and uplifting audience with icon, Marlene Dietrich. 

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Wed 3 Nov, 7:30pm 

Yours Sincerely 


Coming to you live from Liverpool’s Unity Theatre. Will Jackson has accidentally stolen 300-second-class stamps from the post office. But he’s making them count. He’s going to write letters. From reconnecting with old friends and ex-boyfriends to run-ins with the marketing department at John Lewis, stamp collecting has never looked so sexy… 

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Fri 5 Nov, 7:30pm 

You Otter Know: Live! 


Harry Clayton-Wright, with very special guests, presents You Otter Know: Live!   

An evening of live art, variety, queer celebration and the official print edition launch of Harry’s queer zine You Otter Know: The Omnibus.   

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Sat 6 Nov, 4pm 

Her & Her Watch Party 

Pay what you decide (suggested £5)  

Join Homotopia Festival’s Artist in Residence Jade Anouka and her partner Grace Savage for an online viewing of their short film Her & Her, followed by a Q&A. This experimental short film is a lyrical and musical story told using poetry and beatboxing. 

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November 2021

The Queer Gaze Podcast: Live Recording 


The Queer Gaze is a podcast presented and produced by Homotopia Associate Artist Ashleigh Owen. Each episode our Ash chats to one of the UK’s most loved queer creatives and artists. For the first time, we’re inviting a live audience as Ash chats to Homotopia Festival Artist in Residence Jade Anouka. The recording will go live shortly after the festival.  

Listen to the first series of The Queer Gaze podcast NOW >> 


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