This unique Club Urania is a collaboration with brilliant disability arts festival I’m Here, Where Are You? Bringing you a night of incredible art from disabled creatives.

Our April line up features: 

Bibi June - a poet and performance maker whose work focuses on queerness, climate justice and post-apocalyptic stories. They write and co-produce award-winning queer horror podcast ‘Folxlore’, and were runner-up for the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award 2022 for their fourth pamphlet, ‘Kinsey Scale for the Emotionally Fragile Queer.

Ebony Rose Dark - an all singing, all dancing, lip syncing, story telling, miming VIP, visually impaired cabaret performance artist! Ebony Rose Dark is known for her performances around disability, ableism, racism, and relationships with the LGBTQ+ community at The Royal Vauxhall Tavern's Bar Wotever

Vali Mahlouji - an art curator. He is founder of Archeology of the Final Decade (AOTFD), a non-profit research and cultural platform that recovers traumatised, violated, erased, dispossessed and obscured histories. His projects have been exposing genocidal or repressive social policies through cultural research over the last decade and a half. 


We will also be joined by a host of amazing open mic performers, including the fantastic Man Up finalist - Mr IMP! The night will end with a set from DJ Bosslady.

Club Urania is committed to reducing barriers to access, providing pay-what-you-feel tickets, a decompression space in the venue, and live-captioning. This season is expected to sell out so get your tickets early.

Our 2022 season featured the best of contemporary queer performance including the likes of Whiskey Chow, Catherine Hoffman, Harold Offeh, Pink Suits, Symoné, Wet Mess, Rebekah Ubuntu, Nando Messias, Jake Wood, Nat Raha, Duane Nasis, Cabbage the Clown, Vidya Patel and Zaki Musa.

Club Urania is a collaboration between Cambridge Junction, Wysing Arts Centre, Roeland van der Heiden, Diarmuid Hester, and Celia Willoughby.


All events will be live captioned and live streamed and a decompression space will be available. Junction's J3 Venue and decompression space are fully wheelchair accessible. 

Tickets here