As a writer-performer, educator and art-activist creating interdisciplinary work, Joey has collaborated with diverse artists, academics, community workers and myriads of organisations over 20+ years.
A quest for identity beyond borders. A celebration of searching, being lost, found and everything in between. Engendered Species is a powerful, intimate and gleefully haphazard exploration of humanity.
Performed by Joey Hateley.
Devised by Peggy Shaw (Split Britches).
Supported by Contact Theatre, The Drill Hall and The Arts Council of England.
diRTy is a cutting edge theatrical journey to redemption through some of the darkest nights of the soul - an explosive, visceral portrayal of disintegration. Will we remain trapped by the chains that bind us or can we lead each other towards the light?
Written by Joey Hateley.
BSLI artist Siobhan Rocks.
Directed by Jonathan McGrath.
The Gender Joker Show
The hilarious subversive theatre-cabaret performance album! The Gender Joker takes you on a journey through multi-genre songs you know and love and twists them so you will never listen to them in the same way again! With the help of a variety of costumes The Gender Joker, ridicules, parodies and queers the westernized global music industry, using its own mass media against itself.
A:Gender delves deep into one of the last remaining taboos in our society. Boys can be girls. Girls can be boys. Men can be women. Women can be men. Or can they? A:Gender is an innovative multi-media touring performance piece that takes a long, hard and sometimes uncomfortable look at our notions of gender. This multi-art form experimental theatre piece about female masculinity, links trans and alternative gender identities to the bigger picture to create a bold, searing and heart felt piece of contemporary performance.
Subversive Loves and Alternative Uses of the Law
De-colonial grass-root activism and trans-feminist cross-cultural performance, by Elizabeth Vásquez and Joey Hateley. The collaborative process between Project Transgender (Quito, Ecuador) and TransAction (Manchester, UK) documents and discusses the subversive legal strategies and cross-cultural performance in staging the first (trans) gay marriage to change the Matrimonial/Gender Law in Quito, Ecuador.
An archive of slide shows and performance videos celebrating over 20 years of diverse and interdisciplinary collaborative art-activism.