Brook Tate topless with half their chest and face painted like a zebra in front of a pink background
Credit Paul Blakemore
Theatre

Birthmarked

Brook Tate
Thu 9 May 2024 , 20:00
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A young Jehovah's Witness comes to terms with his sexuality and finds his feet (and high heels...) in a world he once believed would be destroyed at Armageddon.

Birthmarked is a new concept gig written and performed by Brook Tate and his grand ol' band of pals.  

With original music likened to Stevie Wonder and Joni Mitchell, alongside a whale, a paintbrush and a pair of tap shoes, he hopes to shine a light on what it means to be marked... at birth.

Co-presented in partnership with Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts

'Sincerity, generosity & glorious cheek…bursting with revelation'
The Guardian
'joyful, life-affirming show'
The Stage
Brook Tate in a suit playing the guitar in front of a band. A sign in the background reads 'Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall'
Brook Tate dressed as a zebra on stage in front of a band
Brook Tate and band members in suits holding small figures
Brook Tate reclining on stage singing dramatically into a microphone. A drummer is playing in the background
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Brook Tate in a suit playing the guitar in front of a band. A sign in the background reads 'Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall'
Brook Tate dressed as a zebra on stage in front of a band
Brook Tate and band members in suits holding small figures
Brook Tate reclining on stage singing dramatically into a microphone. A drummer is playing in the background

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