Trans*Atlantic

Comedy (lgbt, theatre)

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Description

Join Dian Cathal, an immigrant of country and gender, in an attempt to prove their hypothesis: that Trans jokes can be funny. If you laugh, it’s comedy. If they cry, it’s theatre. It may sound binary but heck, it’s always good to know where you stand, right? Trans(Atlantic) is a humorous exploration into life beyond the binary. Hailed as Nanette 2.0, the show is Dian Cathal’s first solo performance. Let's see what happens!

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Loz Whitaker 92 days ago

Entertaining!

Justin 94 days ago

Funny and informative. This show had me laughing and empathising


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Within Her Words (4/5 stars) 86 days ago

Cathal is an exciting voice and brings a brand of comedy to the stage that is yet to be seen. They are totally skilled and extremely entertaining.

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Within Her Words (4/5 stars) 86 days ago

Cathal is an exciting voice and brings a brand of comedy to the stage that is yet to be seen. They are totally skilled and extremely entertaining.

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The F Word 91 days ago

As an audience member I feel both educated and uplifted; the comedy is as spot-on as the commentary. Cathal has a message and is not afraid to tell it to the audience through the medium of humour. His honesty is present throughout the whole show. As Cathal himself says, queer people are often funny because their other option is usually crying.

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