Deep Trash Italia exhibition-cum-performance-club night is back at the Bethnal Green Working Men’s club with their third – NOT FOR SALE – episode.


Ready-to-wear happiness, all-you-can-eat disposable relationships, work exploitation, CCTV surveillance, credit card slavery, pleasureless commodities… For one night ONLY Deep Trash Italia is REDUCED TO CLEAR – with an assortment of our BEST capitalist failures.


Tear off your price tags because tonight there is NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE. 

If diamonds cannot be your best friends… WE CAN!



MUSIC: Benedicta and DJ Fantoni & LoGatto pumping all night the beats of international hits and more underground tunes, with a twist of Italian camp classics. TRASH N’ FRESH from Disco to the present.


PERFORMANCES: Feminist Women’s Institute, Angel Rose & Oozing Gloop, Go! Push Pops, Pablo Pakula and Eloise Fornieles & Dan White.


VIDEO, WORKS and INSTALLATIONS: Phil America, Chiara Bertin, Cristine Brache, Francesca Fini, Maria Teresa Gavazzi, Rona Geffen, Stephan Gross, Nisha Meshvania, Yumiko Ono, Emma O’Rourke, Yole Quintero, Empress Stah.



Time Out (Critics’ Choice) says:

“Pizza. Silvio Berlusconi. Italy’s contributions to history have been

both awesome and… not-so awesome, and this fun-filled night

invites you to celebrate both categories in brilliantly trashy style…

So, head to Bethnal Green and find out what it’s like to live la dolce vita!”


Deep Trash Italia is a fundraiser night in support of the queer-feminist organisations Archivio Queer Italia and CUNTemporary (London). Curated by Giulia Casalini with the CUNTemporary Team.

Duration 29 November 2014 - 30 November 2014
Times Saturday 29 November 2014 at h 20:00-02:00 (last entry midnight)
Cost £7 adv. / £10 door
Venue Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
Address 42-44 Pollard Row London E2 6NB, ,
Contact 0207 739 7170 / /

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