Justin Vivian Bond and David Hoyle – in Conversation

February 16, 2021 by Malcolm Struthers6

Sunday 28 February at 8pm.

Online on Facebook Live – Register – Age Recommendation 16+

Justin Vivian Bond (Tony nominated American singer-songwriter, Trans pioneer, author, painter, performance artist, and actor) in conversation with David Hoyle (English artist, avant-garde cabaret artist, singer, actor, comedian and film director). 

Bond has an illustrious career and has starred in films including Shortbus and Can You Ever Forgive Me? and the TV series Ugly Betty. They have performed worldwide, headlining at Carnegie Hall and the Sydney Opera House and touring with Scissor Sisters and opened for Rufus Wainwright. A tireless campaigner for trans rights they pioneered the use of the pronoun Mx.

According to The Guardian, Hoyle’s performances have led him to become “something of a legend” on the London cabaret circuit. They stared in Velvet Goldmine and the acclaimed Channel 4 series Nathan Barley. He regularly exhibits his paintings and tours worldwide. Since the 90’s David has been changing the face of queer performance, his career has spanned cinema, television and award-winning live performances which have influenced so many performers after him.

This will be a candid, funny and insightful chat from two internationally renowned queer artists. 

Online on Facebook Live

‘Justin Vivian Bond is a trans-Atlantic cabaret messiah’ – Time Out.

‘Glorious, extremely funny and properly unique’ – The Guardian on David Hoyle.


  • Steven Dryden

    February 22, 2021 at 2:15 pm

    Can we watch this performance on any other platform, or just Facebook?
    I stopped giving them my data for free about 6 years ago.
    Adore Justin and David, would love to be able to join somehow!


    • Malcolm Struthers

      February 24, 2021 at 1:26 pm

      Hi – this will be live on Facebook but will be available after the event on other channels including our website.


      • Sebastian Walker

        March 1, 2021 at 8:37 am

        Hi – can you please provide a link to the recording so those that missed it can watch? Many thanks!


    • Malcolm Struthers

      May 7, 2021 at 8:22 am

      Hi – sorry for the delay in replying. At the moment it is just on Facebook but it will be on our all-new website which will be launching soon.


  • Manchester Hermit

    March 2, 2021 at 7:18 pm

    Yes I too swear clear of platforms that require sign in data such as Twitter, Facebook and instagram. Is there anywhere else it can be viewed?


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