Queer Tales of Weston: Audio Tour with Tom Marshman

Revel in queer stories of heritage places and everyday spaces as Tom weaves you through Weston with a theatrical flourish! 

Tom Marshman is a nationally acclaimed performance artist who makes work that celebrates the voices of the outsider, notably from the LGBTQ+ community.

To coincide with Weston Pride, Tom has crafted an alternative audio, walking tour of central Weston, with a little bit of help from members of the town’s Queer community. The tour finishes at the wonderful Pride 22 Festival in Grove Park. The duration of the tour is 35 minutes.

You can also follow the trail on your own device at your own leisure any time, any day via the SoundCloud link above. ‘Queer Tales of Weston’ is edited and produced by Bernie Hodges.


This tour is suitable for wheelchair users.  Please contact admin@cultureweston.org.uk with any other access requirements.

Thanks to Historic England’s Heritage Action Zone Cultural Programme for funding these events as part of 21st Century super Shrines, a 3 year programme that animates the high street with experiences and artworks co-created with local communities.

 

An alternative audio tour of central Weston …