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Planet B, Scottee & Queer Peterborough present Bored of Brexit?

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Metal Culture

Saint Peters Road

St Peter's Road

Peterborough

PE1 1YX

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Are you bored of hearing about Brexit?

Does Brexit actually mean Brexit?

Or has this Brexit malarky brought some interesting topics to the forefront?

We want to hear from all - whether for, against and confused about what happens after we leave.

We want to get past talking about politics and talk about what post-Brexit Peterborough looks like. Will we all be friends again? Will we have to stop French kissing?

Come listen to a bunch of locals, artists, Europeans and English folk chew the fat over the continent.

PLUS! Free vegetarian dinner! Made from home grown vegetables, allotment producers and back gardens across Peterborough!


*If you’d like to donate your homegrown produce to the meal in exchange for art for your home,

get in touch elena@scottee.co.uk

About Scottee

Scottee is an artist who lives by the seaside in Essex. Scottee's work is often about outsiderness; race, sexuality, class, age and gender, creating spaces where the perceived underdog is celebrated, at the forefront and no longer ignorable - allowing for uncomfortable conversations to happen.

In 2010 Scottee won the title of Time Out Performer of the Year , his debut solo tour The Worst of Scottee won Total Theatre Award for Innovation in 2013 and in 2015 he was included on Independent's Rainbow List as one of Britain's most influential LGBTQI+ people. Scottee is not easily definable; artist, troublemaker, loudmouth and attention seeker. His work is live, brash, clumsy and will often leave you a bit annoyed, overwhelmed but never impartial.

About the commune

Three caravans will claim their place on Metal’s car park for one week this August. Six queer artists will live, work and make together. Trading their art for home grown fruit and vegetables the group will invite Peterborough’s people to eat, talk and debate social issues with them across four community meals. The commune will be open to the public from 8am - 8pm each day - drop in for a cuppa, some free art and punchy conversation.

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