This bit of queer art is taken from my life as a gay man with autism in recent years. One feels that homosexuals who also identify as ‘autistic’ feel socially unaccepted within the LGBT community not because of their sexual orientation, but their invisible disability. This work has been developed with support from Ludus Dance through the Occupied Associate Artist Scheme.
This performance takes place at MDI Studio. There will be an additional performance on Saturday 12 October, 3.35pm at Liverpool Philharmonic.
Part of LEAP Fringe Festival 2019, taking place in venues up and down Hope Street from 11 – 12 October.
Choreography Adam John Roberts
Performer Adam John Roberts
Length Approx 20 minutes