PAUL DIELLO – EPICENE

As part of LGBT HISTORY MONTH and The B Right On LGBT Community Festival, award-winning singer songwriter Paul Diello presents his gender-blending extravaganza Epicene.

This celebration of iconic women in music includes Paul and his seven-piece ensemble, following a run of three sold out, five-star reviewed performances at Brighton Fringe.

Presented in a cabaret style, Epicene appeals to a broad audience. Uniting regular gig goers, theatre fans and cabaret queens, as well as the LGBT community and its allies, this comedic but raw tale is of growing up in a world feeling disconnected.

Dance, sing, laugh and cry as Paul interweaves his stories of childhood out-castings and social misfittery into well-loved compositions. Every sense will be tantalised in this outrageous, rainbow coloured romp. Paul says,

“I wanted to create a fun platform for me to share my story of gender confusion through music that was personal to me but that would reach others and spread the message of the ‘It Gets Better’ project, an organisation whose mission is to communicate to LGBT youth around the world that life does get better.”

This avant-garde performer and his band take you on a colourful, camp cabaret extravaganza. Enjoy their take on classic songs originally performed by legendary female artists such as Kate Bush, Joni Mitchell and PJ Harvey. With songs spanning a huge variety of genres and eras, you’ll be taken on a nostalgic journey of song and dance.


EPICENE is part of the B Right On Festival

Phil Starr Pavilion, Kemp Town, Brighton

Start 8.30pm Tickets £13

Tickets & more info this way!

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