Dian Cathal’s Deadnamed is easily the most fun you’ll ever have at a funeral – it’s heart-wrenching and profound and you’ll leave with a fun fact

CW: Transphobia, ableism, death Deadnamed begins with Dian Cathal bursting out of a real coffin looking stunning wearing a top hat and a shiny waistcoat. He announces that he is a trans man whose new name is still in the post. This is the funeral for the person his loved ones once knew as “Lily”. … Continue reading Dian Cathal’s Deadnamed is easily the most fun you’ll ever have at a funeral – it’s heart-wrenching and profound and you’ll leave with a fun fact

“What’s inside the closet is way scarier than what’s outside.” | Dian Cathal talks queer comedy in the UK, US and Trans*Atlantic at Vault Festival

CW: Reference to transphobia, homophobia, racism, murder. Tell us about the show you’re bringing to the Vault Festival, Trans*Atlantic. It’s a one hour comedy show about being a transgender American living in the UK, because I get equally abused for both, so I thought that would be funny for an hour. I started a year … Continue reading “What’s inside the closet is way scarier than what’s outside.” | Dian Cathal talks queer comedy in the UK, US and Trans*Atlantic at Vault Festival