After their first sell-out solo show SWARM at CPT last year, Liv Ello is back with this work-in-progress of their new solo show interrogating the relationship between class and gender in Britain through anti-drag persona, Jack The Mack. He’s a lover and a fighter He’s a cheeky little blighter He’s a mod and he’s a punk He’s a commy and a drunk Some say he’s posh and he’s a queer Or are those just the things he fears? So grab a pint and ponce a smoke And see if Jack’s really a bloke Through the nostalgic lens of Britpop, classic sitcoms and potato smileys, Liv Ello combines a raucous blend of music, comedy and monologues to subvert and disrupt class-based portrayals of masculinity. This performance addresses themes of transphobia, homophobia and classism. This performance contains strobe lighting, haze and smoking.