Join Liv Wynter as we explore the revolutionary practice of poetry, spoken word, and storytelling through these mediums. 

Please note that the space will be open for one hour before the session starts.

About Liv Wynter

Liv Wynter is a trans and working class grassroots organiser and performer. They have just launched their highly anticipated solo project with music by Piglet. Their sell-out night, How To Catch A Pig, is a celebration of creatives who also organise against the state with a focus of queer and trans performers. Pig is for the punks and the outsiders, the anarchists, the genderfxckers and sex workers, the outcasts and the organisers. Their band press.release, and their DJ/MC double act Dance Mums are residents. They spent 2022 touring stadiums with Queer House Party, playing Secret Garden Party, Boomtown, Wilderness, Latitude and Sziget, and being banned from the Southbank Centre for decapitating the queen.  

They are currently in residence at Museum of Homelessness. They have written 2 plays (Rise of the Refrain ‘21, And So The Choir Gathers ‘19) which both featured live punk music, untrained performers, and sold out their runs. Liv previously worked at The Outside Project, an LGBTIQ+ homeless shelter and was part of the team that opened STAR Refuge, London’s first LGBTIQ domestic violence refuge, during covid. Liv is a dedicated abolitionist grass roots organiser and stands in solidarity with all groups organising against oppression.

Dates and Times

Friday 22 September 2023