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Black Sheep

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4 November at 7:00 pm 8:00 pm

£10.00 | 16+

Black Sheep is an autobiographical story about a Black woman finding love and redefining the term for herself along the way. Love in all it’s forms but first and foremost self-love.

A Black queer woman born in white Germany who was abandoned for the first time by her biological mother with only 7 month, then loosing her adoptive mother in her adolescence leaving her alone to fight for survival in a system that was not build to support her. 

Livia Kojo Alour is speaking on subjects like LGBTQIA+ identity, the repercussions of loosing her parents early on in life and understanding and overcoming internalised and institutional racism. As a queer woman of colour who grew up in a completely white neighbourhood she unpacks stereotypes, otherness, feminism, racism,  colourism, internalised racism, and trauma.

She cleverly tells her story through physical theatre, spoken word, singing and sword swallowing. Her way of overcoming, re-learning, inspiring others combined with circus skills, vocal and physical performance enables her to build a bridge between Live Art and Theatre.


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Black Sheep by Livia Kojo Alur
£ 10.00
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