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A project devoted to bringing womxn and non binary artists together to make work outside!

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Thu 13 Aug - Sun 23 Aug, click the 'Book Now' for times and locations.


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About Damsel Outdoors

This August will see Damsel Outdoors take place at Portobello Road, Ravenscourt Park, Bankside and Giffin Square as four compelling new pieces of theatre are staged across London. This exciting collaborative project from Damsel Productions, with an all women and non-binary inclusive team, is a chance for the artists to explore the creative potentials of the outside. Working with local authorities and communities to find accessible and exciting spaces where social distancing can be maintained, the shows will be open for anyone to watch and free for all audience members. The festival opens on Thursday 13 August at Under the Canopy, Portobello Road with Take Back Control The Virus which plays with the contradiction of rising anti-immigration sentiment in a Britain heavily reliant on frontline services dominated by immigrant workers. A park bench in Ravenscourt Park in Hammersmith on Monday 17 August will host Vixen, a piercing looking at identity politics and stigma through the persona of a wandering vixen. A lyrical celebration of Black Love fusing song, rap and poetry, told through the eyes of a couple grappling with a future in a world dominated by racial injustice Transcendent will open outside the Tate Modern on Bankside on Friday 21 August. Concluding the Damsel Outdoors festival will be Clapped on Sunday 23 August at Giffin Square in Deptford which is a provocative interrogation of culpability and hypocrisy of a Britain clapping for its NHS, as growing protests fight to be heard.