More dates

    Jamie and Shaaba Spill the Tea with 'The T in LGBT+'

    This event has passed Get tickets

    Event description

    Join YouTube star Jamie Raines as he discusses and answers your questions about his new book, The T in LGBT! Sharing advice, tips and personal stories, The T in LGBT is an indispensable guide to the trans experience and gender identity. Whether you're exploring your own identity or want to learn about the trans experience to support someone or understand allyship, everyone is welcome. Jamie will be in conversation with Shaaba as well as Calum McSwiggan.

    Jamie Raines is a transgender creator known for his quintessential humor and advocacy. He makes twice-weekly videos to his audience of over a million people on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok. Named Influencer of the Year and Sunday Times Best Selling Author of The T in LGBT, Jamie is a leading figure in the UK LGBT community. His PhD in psychology focusing on transgender wellbeing, development, and sexuality, also supports this.   

    Shaaba is a brown, bisexual creator known for her advice content and music to her audience of over a hundred thousand people on YouTube and Instagram. Her genuine and intimate insights of life make her a friend to all through videos, songs, and as co-host of the 1 800 Drama podcast with Jamie. Her debut single was immediately picked up by BBC Introducing and her music is a hit across all streaming platforms. Shaaba also has a PhD in psychology and computer science on social media and its impact on wellbeing and behavior. 

    Calum McSwiggan
    is an author, presenter and LGBTQ+ advocate. He's worked for Attitude magazine, written for the MetroGay Times and PinkNews, and was recently placed in the Guardian's list of the 50 most influential LGBTQ+ figures. Putting LGBTQ+ stories at the heart of everything he does, he's produced award-winning films that have been showcased at film festivals around the world, and racked up over 10 million views on his online videos.

    Powered by

    Tickets for good, not greed Humanitix dedicates 100% of profits from booking fees to charity