Bookings & Contact
Workshops, Performances, Talks & More
Disability & LGBTQIA+
Education & Talks
George is available for bookings for talks and informational events for corporations, schools, groups and clubs who are interested in developing awareness and an inclusive perspective regarding LGBTQIA+ and disability issues. George spent over fifteen years working in various educational settings, including schools, colleges and pupil referral centres. They are enthusiastic about engaging with people of all ages. Previous events include a talk for the Royal College of Art, Wates Group, and Trans London. They have been featured in The Financial Times, where they discussed accessibility.
Courses & Workshops
For those interested in creative writing, poetry, spoken word or mindful writing, George runs both one-off workshops and courses which can be tailored to your needs. Suitable for all ages and settings - from writing groups to school classes.
Get in touch!
Fill in the form at the botton of the page or email amara.g.parker[@]gmail.com
Performances & The Dragon
George is an experienced drag artist, speaker, spoken word artist and poet. They can be commissioned for poems, articles, speeches or other pieces for your events, with the option of performing live or creating a personalised recording for you. They’ve performed at The V&A Performance Festival, Manchester Pride, Pride in London, Halfway to Heaven AISA Memorial Fundraiser, London Fashion Week, Royal Vauxhall Tavern, Sapphic Manchester, Bar Wotever, and IDAHOBIT, were a featured artist at 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women and Girls. They were Hammer & Tongue Hackney's June 2021 slam winner and a regional finalist.
Cripple Threat Podcast
Get on the Vengerbus, toss a coin to the cripples, and take a butchers as we discuss The Witcher, Chekhov’s Cripple, and ableism. I had SO much fun talking with Anthony and Jamie about all the above, my work, and weighing up the pros and cons of having Donald Trump sit on your face. So, so, so worth a listen if I do say so myself.