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    Collision: Crashing, Splintering and Exploding, we Collide as part of Sydney WorldPride

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    PYT Fairfield presents Collision: Crashing, Splintering and Exploding, we Collide.

    A viewing, workshop and discussion by the queer, disabled and groovy duo – Low Standards, otherwise known as twins Bedelia Lowrenčev and Jeremy Lowrenčev. This workshop and discussion, explores their work-in-progress Collision and the intersectionality between their queerness and crip time. Audiences will come together to explore multiple marginalised worlds, making work in Western Sydney and dancing to the beat of your own drum.

    Collision is a deep dive into the intersection of Queerness and Disability, and what it means to ricochet between the two. It is difference and togetherness through the micro and macro, from Bedelia and Jeremy’s ‘twin-dom’, to the culture and dynamics of entire communities. It is Bedelia and Jeremy’s stories, in their ways.

    Collision. It’s Disabled, it’s Queer, it is a confetti cannon of pride, and most of all, it is learning to own your own colliding supernova funk.

    Co-Creators/ Performers Bedelia Lowrenčev and Jeremy Lowrenčev

    Mentor/ Dramaturg Felicity Nicol

    Cinematographer Lily Drummond

    Sound Designer Riana Head-Toussaint

    Producer PYT Fairfield

    Thursday 2 March 2023, 6.30pm
    The Thursday event will be a workshop. The workshop is recommended for LGBTQIA+, D/deaf, Disabled and people from marginalised communities

    Friday 3 March 2023, 6.30pm
    The Friday event is a showing of Collision, plus panel discussion. Panel artists will discuss making queer work in Western Sydney.

    Image description: Jeremy and Bedelia are dancing in front of a black screen, Jeremy sits on a chair in front of Bedelia who stands behind him. Both dancers are wearing a black shirt, and Bedlia is wearing pink pants.



    The Fairfield School of Arts is located at 19 Harris Street, Fairfield NSW 2165.

    The distance to Fairfield train station is 350 metres, a 5 minute walk.

    There is parking in surrounding streets and in Downey Lane Car Park.

    COVID Safety

    Your safety and the safety of the community is important to us.

    PYT Fairfield has a COVID Safety Plan and will follow all regulations and restrictions at the time of performance.

    Please stay home if you are unwell or are awaiting the results of a COVID test.

    Please practice safe hygiene and keep socially distanced.


    If you have any access requirements please let us know when purchasing your ticket or you can contact us before purchasing.


    Phone: 02 9724 6077

    Carers or support people receive a complimentary ticket which can be added during checkout.

    An accessible bathroom is available onsite.

    All performances are wheelchair accessible.

    Rest and quiet areas are available.

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