Mon 11th Dec 2023
Introducing ‘T4Tea Party’: The New All-Trans Cabaret Night in London! Hosted by the ‘Sex Education’ power couple, Anthony Lexa and Felix Mufti, this event promises to be a night of glamour, talent, and unapologetic queerness.
The stage is set at the prestigious queer venue, ‘The Glory’. An iconic space known for its unwavering support and dedication to the LGBTQ+ community. ‘T4Tea Party’ is set to feature some of the most exciting and talented queer performers in London. Let’s raise our teacups and toast to transgender resilience and the vibrant spirit of London’s queer community!
Anthony Lexa (she/her) is an indie pop artist and ‘Sex Education’ actress based in London, who’s been self-releasing music since 2018. Her hip-hop injected beats, dreamy R&B vocals paired with empowering but honest lyricism make up a fresh sonic landscape. Anthony’s goal is to create a safe space with her art. She isn’t looking to be a role model, but just hopes that people feel seen within her music.
Anthony has grown up in the performing industry, with several West End credits, but has moved into more activist based work the last few years. This includes working with Stonewall at London Pride, and is currently partnered with ‘GoFundMe’ to raise awareness for fundraisers that she is passionate about.
Felix Mufti is a scouse activist, performer, writer and chaos-causer who loves to tell his unhinged life stories through rhythm n’ rap inspired spoken word, poetry, prose and music. Although Felix’s values, stories and hopes and dreams of Queerness is firmly rooted in all his artistic work, he takes a much more hands on approach wherever possible.
He is a key organiser for Trans Pride Liverpool, Transgender Day of Remembrance and is the Trans Rep for Socialist LGBT+ Network. He is also a lecturer and workshop facilitator for companies, and Felix’s highlight seminars include: How Queer Liberation Benefits All & The Power of Self-Expression.
Felix’s professional credits include: Sex Education (Netflix); When All Is Said (Fuel) which he also wrote and Transpose: Joy (Barbican).
Baby is a North London born-and-raised multidisciplinary artist, and a renowned and adored dancer and performer. Since taking Ru Paul’s Drag Race by storm last year, receiving the support of their idol FKA Twigs, the non-binary performer launched their music career under the name Hey, Baby, and instantly landed incredible, high-end shoots with Bricks Magazine and Gay Times, and support from HUNGER, CRACK, BBC Radio 1, CLASH, Afropunk and more, watch the video for their debut single ‘Theatre!’ here. Featuring in the music videos for Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ GRAMMY-award-winning hit, ‘Unholy’, and Charli XCX’s ‘Hot In It’. Find their socials here: Instagram (61k), Twitter (17.9k)
Wet Mess is a wet mess, horny for your confusion. Let it all out and guess again at the insecure balding white man/pussy prince/alien baby. Have a lollygag, think about your fantasy flesh suits, call me sweet prince, and remember Roger in a kaftan. Choose to make some silly campy decisions, with all the hairy thems and dykey men. Mainly thinking about cunnilingus cunni cunni lingus but also being more unknown than known. All I really wanna do is strip for the stripper and drive her home with the dogs.
Elouiza, the doll, expresses herself through her siren call. She’s known for reclaiming autonomy over her sensuality as she sings explicitly about sex in her notoriously provocative performances.
THIS SHOW IS IN THE BASEMENT
Please note The Glory is a queer venue run by queer people, for queer people and their allies. We operate a zero-tolerance policy towards homophobia, transphobia, racism, misogyny and discrimination of any kind. Be respectful or you will be asked to leave. Strictly no office, hen or stag parties allowed.
The Glory is a very old building with pre-existing accessibility issues and while we’ve strived to make the space user friendly, there is no ‘easy’ wheelchair accessibility to all areas of the venue.
MAIN BAR ACCESSIBILITY:
The main bar is accessible, though the toilets are up a flight of 3 stairs with a handrail. Wheelchairs cannot access the toilets however. There is a local restaurant a few doors down who have an accessible toilet that they are happy for our customers to use.
To access shows in the basement there is a narrow flight of 12 stairs with a handrail.
The main bar has plenty of seats and tables. Ticketed shows are seated unless otherwise stated.