Friday 31st May, 7pm - 8pm and Saturday 1st June, 7pm - 8pm

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With one foot in the Church and one in the sewer, "The Trash Supper" is a cross-genre live art show, currently in its early stages of development, that takes as a starting point an absurd, visceral, and anarchic restaging of the Passion of Jesus.

Drawing from drag culture, post-pornography, Catholic iconography and Lucia's own existential mess, "The Trash Supper" merges the political with the autobiographical whilst investigating abjection, identity, consumption, and Lucia's autistic mind.



About this performance 

Age guidance: This performance is recommended for ages 18+.

Content warning: This performance contains sexual content and nudity.

Interval: This performance does not have an interval. 

Post show discussion: This performance has a 30 minute post show discussion. 

Tickets: Tickets are Pay What You Can and available through Eventbrite


This will be a relaxed performance

See our Accessibility Guide for information about access in our venue. 

Find out more about Lucia Pazzini

Lucia Pazzini (They/Them) is an Italian London-based multidisciplinary artist whose practice predominantly merges live art, theatre and drag. From a neuroqueer and transfeminist lens, Lucia's artistic practice is for them a site for processing rage, displacement and grief.

Instagram: @lucia_pazzini


This performance is part of the SHIFT+SPACE programme 

Theatre Deli’s SHIFT+SPACE programme is a free performance opportunity for artists to present their work that needs an audience to develop, where artists keep 100% of the Box Office! 

Find out more about the SHIFT+SPACE programme here.