The Space: Interviews with Peter Tatchell and Kerry Fox (and audience Q&As)
Doors 6:45pm // Latest Musicbar // Tickets
Peter Tatchell has been campaigning on issues of human rights, democracy, civil liberties, LGBT equality and global justice for fifty-five years. High profile people he has protested against include Robert Mugabe, Tony Blair and Mike Tyson. His campaigning has come at huge cost, having been under police surveillance, threatened with assassination and subject to countless assaults. He is the Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation, which campaigns on human rights across the world and was voted as among the top ten “heroes of our time” by New Statesman readers. He was the subject of a 2021 Netflix documentary, Being Peter Tatchell. More on Peter and the work of his foundation can be found at www.petertatchellfoundation.org
Kerry Fox is a renowned actress from New Zealand. She gained prominence when starring in Jane Campion’s second feature, 1990’s An Angel at My Table. It won her the Best Actress Award at the New Zealand Film and Television Awards. Kerry’s most famous appearance was Danny Boyle’s first film, Shallow Grave, released in 1994. She recently appeared in The Colour Room, a Sky Cinema feature, with actors such as David Morrissey. Other films include Rare Beasts, directed by and starring Billie Piper, the acclaimed The Hanging Garden and Welcome to Sarajevo, which was directed by Michael Winterbottom. She has appeared in many TV dramas, such as Last Tango in Halifax and Silent Witness.