Baroque Drag: Gender, Masculinity and violence
_REMIX presents a unique baroque drag experience, After Violence. Performed by drag queen Rhys's Pieces, non-binary vocalist Ella Taylor, lute player Sam Brown, and electronic musician Benjamin Tassie, After Violence will explore gender, masculinity and male violence from a uniquely queer perspective, celebrating diverse identities though radical, cross-genre performance.
After Violence is presented in partnership with the National Trust's Sutton House in Hackney and the Dulwich Picture Gallery in South London.
After Violence is made possible using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
_REMIX is a classical club night and concert series using live performance and DJ sets to present the best of music from across genres. BBC 6 Music described _REMIX as 'a space where classical music can be enjoyed in a relaxed environment'. We have presented nights in partnership with the V&A, Royal Academy of Arts, Historic Royal Palaces, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Old Royal Naval College and others. _REMIX nights are 'unusual and incredibly special' [London in Stereo] 'bringing together the old and the new, the classic and the future classic, to emphasise their similarities and pick up on their differences.'