Polari, the award-winning LGBT literary salon, returns to Bradford with a panel of exciting writers.
Known for its high-energy, thought-provoking performances and unique mix of perspectives, Polari has provided queer voices with a laid-back, open-minded platform for over a decade. Not your average literary event, each salon showcases the best in established and emerging LGBT talent.
“Think of it as a cabaret,” founder Paul Burston has said, “in which the performers happen to be writers.” Burston will be joined by poets Dean Atta and PJ Samuels, and author VG Lee, for a lively evening that is guaranteed to inspire and enchant.
Unfortunately, as The Bradford Playhouse is a historic building with limited access, this event is not wheelchair accessible. Please be aware that the venue can only be accessed by using the stairs.
Staff will be on hand and happy to assist where required, and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Information from the venue:
At the moment we do not have step free access throughout the building. There is currently 28 stairs from pavement to Main Space and 14 between pavement and Studio and Bar. We are currently looking at finding ways of tackling this issue.