Light The Blue 2022: Light The Way Cabaret
Celebrate diversity, activism and lighting the way to a better future with our Light The Way cabaret hosted by drag artist Jordy Delight. Featuring a line-up of spoken word, drag, theatre and music including activist/performance artists Ink Asher Hemp & Mal Fraser, local singer-songwriter AiiTee, singer-songwriter Megan Bissett, and a new devised piece by students from Nescol.
Specially created for young audiences aged 14+
Jordy Deelight is a Scottish based non-binary artist from Leith, Edinburgh, who works across the UK creating work for theatre, film and music. Their work looks at identity and persona, exploring themes of disability, gender and mental health in autobiographical and auto theory based work. Jordy’s aim in their work is to bring conversations about the deep rooted psychology of humans and how they think, feel and act.
Ink Asher Hemp
My name is Ink (they/them) and I am a queer, trans, disabled creator, storyteller, activist, theatre (trouble) maker. I use words and movement, music and images to build tomorrow through the stories we tell ourselves today.
My name is Mal (they/them) and I am a filmmaker, artist, facilitator, and storyteller from the Highlands. I love working collaboratively with other artists to create exciting work across multiple art forms.
About Light the Blue
Light The Blue is an exciting festival happening in June for young people, by young people. Taking place over eight days across Aberdeen city centre, the festival will bring those aged 5-25 together for a series of gigs, theatre, film, workshops and much more for a great chance to learn and have fun.
Light The Blue is a chance to find your tribe, share ideas and be inspired. Take your place and be part of something special!