Disability and sex worker rights go hand in hand. Come find out how!
DJ/Panelist: Louise Bruton
Louise Bruton is a journalist, DJ, disability activist, playwright and pop lover. She co-runs the club night Pure Shores and hosts The Thirst Trap on Dublin Digital Radio. She made her theatre debut in 2017's Dublin Fringe Festival as a playwright and a performer with a sold out run of Why Won't You Have Sex With Me?, a show that looks into disability, relationships and sex.
Comedian: Ian Lynam
Ian Lynam began his stand up career as part of the Trinity College Comedy Society, continuing this in the University of Edinburgh, performing in the Revue show during the Fringe. His solo show, Portrait of the Autist as a Young Man, debuted as part of the Scene and Heard festival in Smock Alley last year. During Autism Acceptance Month he cooperated with Emily O'Callaghan's Comedy Gold to create Light It Up Gold, Ireland's (possibly the world's) first all-autistic stand up night, Light It Up Gold. He has since performed at Knockanstocken, Kaleidoscope and Vodafone Comedy Festival.
Music: Lady Grew and the New Crew
Lady Grew performs a live set! A bassy genre mashup with electronic producer T-LAB (Toby Eaton of Wiggle), including Pete Byrne on drumkit, Colm Ó Nuanáin on trumpet and didgeridoo, and Ella Goddin on accordion and backing vocals.
Make an impact - be entertained!
Come learn the language for speaking to your new polticians about sex workers's essential input into the 2020 review of the Criminal Law Sexual Offenses Act.