Playback theatre is improvisational theatre in which the audience tells their stories and the actors
re-enact them right then and there. Queer Playback was founded in early 2011 by Jane Hoy, Lorna Henry and Arnet Donkin for the LGBT community. It's often moving, sometimes hilarious and a great way to hear
our hidden and often untold stories. If you'd like to find out more about what we do in Queer Playback Theatre and want to learn some playback skills come along to our one day workshop on Saturday 24 March 2012.
Many thanks to the LGBT Consortium for providing our postal address and for their other help in the past. But as you'll see from the "Contact" page we've now moved, to the London Friend office in King's Cross. So our new address is:
Age of Diversity, c/o London Friend
86 Caledonian Road