And So The Choir Gathers, Before It Is Too Late | Free Word

4 April 2019
19:30 - 23:00

Presented by:
Free Word


A new performance by Liv Wynter and The Choir

This new live performance piece sees artist and activist Liv Wynter exploring the fury and rage that stems from the policing of bodies, and assumptions about trans and queer safety. Exploring how we navigate through a world where solidarity and radical organising are swallowed up by capitalism, the event will feature music from The Specials, Brechtian theatre and a live choir – expect the unexpected!


Photography: Holly Whitaker


Liv Wynter has become a notable voice in the political art scene and was Artist in Residence at Tate Britain and Tate Modern, until they resigned in protest of the invisible inequalities of the institution. Liv was recently in residence at Wysing Arts Centre, and performs in punk band Militant Girlfriend.

The Choir includes:
Sam The Plumber, Les Miserables, Chanel Vegas and Jake Poll.

The Band includes:
Caitlin King and Ciaran King.


This is a Free Word commission for the All The Ways We Could Grow Season.


Graphic Design: Denny Kaulbach

4 April 2019
19:30 - 23:00
£10 / £7 / £2

Free Word


Photography: Holly Whitaker


Liv Wynter

Artist, educator, activist and writer

Liv Wynter (b. 1992) is an artist, educator, activist and writer from South London. Liv graduated from BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths in 2015 and has since become a notable voice within the political art scene. Liv was Artist in Residence at Tate Britain and Tate Modern on the Education Programme for 2017-18, until Liv resigned to protest the invisible inequalities of the institution. Liv curated ‘RUPTURE’, a section of Art Night 2018 with Hayward Gallery, and was recently in residence at Wysing Arts Centre (Nov). Liv is a founding member of WHEREISANAMENDIETA and stands in solidarity with Sisters Uncut, London Anti Raids, LGSM, Antifa, and any other grassroots organisation fighting austerity and oppression. Liv is also in a gnarly punk band called Militant Girlfriend.



There is step-free access to all areas of Free Word and a number of other facilities available to make the venue accessible. 

  • Our box office, theatre and hall are all on the ground floor with step-free access from the street
  • Meeting rooms and offices are accessible by lift from the ground floor
  • There are two accessible toilets on the ground floor
  • Hearing loops are available at the box office and the theatre (when set up theatre style) and in all meeting rooms
  • If you need to bring someone for assistance, please get in touch with us so we can provide a free ticket for them

Please talk to our team if you have specific access requirements.


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