Polarised is a documentary about the experiences of young LGBTQ+ people living with mental health issues in austerity London. As wedding bells toll up and down the country following the passage of the Same Sex Marriage Act, we delve into parts of the LGBTQ+ community forgotten by the mainstream. The film will focus on the stories and the plights of those often suffering in silence, fighting homophobia, cuts and mental illness.



The Polarised Project will be taking over The Good Ship Kilburn on 21st November to raise vital funds for our documentary on LGBTQ+ mental health. Join us for a night of drag, comedy, burlesque and DJs, with performances from The Family Fierce’s Meth, Lilly Snatchdragon, Scarlett O’Hora and TeTe Bang, as well as Fagulous, Krishna Istha and The Porcupine Dilemma.

There’ll be additional surprises on the night, so book now to avoid missing out!

Tickets are just £4 (unwaged) / £7 (waged) and can be purchased from Eventbrite or the form below. For an extra £3, you can add a digital bolt-on of our short film with never before seen extras including making-of featurettes, bloopers, interviews with the team and deleted scenes. 

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