Homotopia festival 2020: show your working

29 oct – 15 nov 2020

To show your working is to suggest that you may not have the answer
but you are making a plan for how to get there. 

View our digital brochure or download as a PDF here >> 

ART // ACTIVISM // ALLYSHIP

ROOT-ed Zine

ROOT-ed Zine Launch

We have commissioned a new edition of ROOT-ed Zine for the festival, showcasing QTIPoC artists. Grab a copy of the new Zine featuring Lubaina Himid and many more. Read More

Pattern of Play

Pattern of Play is a portraits series of Lily Parr by illustrator Millie Chesters. An inspirational story of strength commissioned by St Helens Borough Council’s Arts In Libraries team for Homotopia Festival 2020.    Read More

Queer The City: Art Crawl & The Walk

What would it look like to queer the city? If only for two weeks...We’re turning the city’s walls into an outdoor exhibition, join us as we take queer art and culture to the streets! Read More Book Now
30Oct

EAT ME: The Limited Edition

Knocked back at Berghain? We're welcoming you to the most inclusive, EXCLUSIVE club in town! It's Homotopia 2020 and Liverpool's OG Queer Drag Dinner Cabaret is BACK ONLINE! Read More Book Now

Drag Promenade AND workshop

Join Mooncup Theatre’s Drag King alter egos – The Spice Boys - at their spatially appropriate Genderland workshops and drag promenade down Hope Street. Read More
31Oct

One Woman

Cheryl Martin's One Woman takes the audience on an immersive dramatic experience, exploring how it feels to live with Borderline Personality Disorder, using binaural audio and mesmeric images. Read More Book Now
02Nov

Collective Encounters: Queer Womxn in Action

What does it mean to be an activist? How have queer women in Merseyside resisted structural and everyday oppressions? How [...] Read More
03Nov

4:3 by Amy Pennington

Join Amy Pennington in exploring Queer TV memories, idols and representation, accompanied by a one off workshop. Read More Book Now
The Goddess Project 04Nov

Ally 101: An Anti-racist Introduction Webinar Training

61% of Black LGBT people experienced discrimination from other LGBT people. Join us for an Anti-racist workshop. Read More Book Now
05Nov

Trans Creative at the Movies

Homotopia x Trans Creative. Let's reclaims Transgender space in cinematic history. You'll never see these movie classics in the same way again! Read More Book Now
Fox Fisher screenprinting 06Nov

Fox Fisher: #Transtopia Live Screen-Printing

Collaborate with Fox Fisher at a live screenprinting event. Show your support for Trans Rights and contribute to a shared piece of art.   Read More
07Nov

My Genderation: Shorts Screening and Discussion

Join Fox, Owl, and special guests for a curated screening of My Genderation, a film project that celebrates trans lives and experiences. Read More Book Now
08Nov

Fox Fisher: In Conversation

Are you ready to meet Fox? An intimate, behind the scenes conversation with Homotopia 2020 Artist in Residence, Fox Fisher. Read More Book Now
11Nov

A Lovely Word @ Homotopia

Join us for this very special version of ‘A Lovely Word’, Liverpool’s most eclectic spoken word night, featuring headliner Jade Anouka. Read More
12Nov

Mirror Mirror

Mirror Mirror, a documentary exploring the performances of a queer community at a London club. Part of the Being Human Festival. Read More Book Now
12Nov

QUEER BODIES

Queer writers and poets from across the North West. This poetry reading celebrates the launch of the first Queer Bodies Pamphlet. Read More Book Now
13Nov

Queer Arts North At Homotopia

Meet other LGBTQIA+ creatives working across the North. Pitch your projects, share your opportunities and connect with your peers. Read More Book Now
13Nov

Homotopia and Friends Fabulous Cabaret

Join us for a fabulous cabaret showcasing our local homo-grown talent from the QueerCore artist development programme. Read More Book Now
14Nov

Everyman Double Bill: SOUND CISTEM & S/he/it Happens

Not one but two shows that give a big UP YOURS to the gender binary, on the main stage of the Everyman. Read More Book Now
15Nov

QueerCentric Music Night

Back again for a fifth year, the festival’s unofficial closing party, Liverpool Queer Collective presents an eclectic evening of emerging LGBTQ+ musicians and performers.  Read More Book Now