HOMO: A Queer Cabaret 2022

Local artists
HOMO: A Queer Cabaret 2022
Intrepid Presents
  • Dates: Dec 3, 2022
  • Location:
  • Advance price: $27 + ticketing fee
  • Door price: $27 + ticketing fee
  • Duration: approx 75 minutes plus intermission
  • Rating: PG16+, adult themes, coarse language, sexual content
  • Genre: Cabaret, Drag, Performance Art, Music

Showtimes

Dec
03
Saturday
07:30 pm
ASL Interpretation

Tickets

Tickets for the 2022 edition will be on sale October 27!

HOMO is a unique night of art, performance, experimentation, frivolity and a celebration of queer performance. This campy cabaret features a diverse line-up of queer artists, experimenters, and boundary pushers in raucous cabaret acts, fabulous performance pieces, and brand new work created just for HOMO.

Now called simply, HOMO, Intrepid Theatre’s winter cabaret of queer art is always a sell-out. Prepare for a night of cabaret, camp and surprises. Hosted by Vancouver Drag Royalty, Jaylene Tyme. Jaylene is a Two-Spirit Indigenous Trans performer, host, and advocate.

 

Artist line-up: coming soon!

Accessibility:

This performance will be ASL interpreted by Katt Campbell.

Please indicate any accessibility needs, including wheelchair accessible seating or if you require seating with no stairs, in the provided field, and we will make sure to assign seating that works for you. Free tickets for those accessing ASL interpretation are available.

Masks: Masks are strongly recommended for patrons. Metro staff will be masked.

Refunds: If you are not feeling well, please stay home to help keep everyone safe. We are able to discuss refunds on a case by case basis due to health reasons only. Please contact 250 383 2663 or tickets@intrepidtheatre.com. We are unable to arrange refunds after a performance has occurred, so you must contact us beforehand.

Showtimes

Dec
03
Saturday
07:30 pm
ASL Interpretation

Tickets

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