QUE.E.F is a brand-new Birmingham based experimental live music and art night: an immersive safe space for queer parties, collaboration, drag, activism and live performance. Showcasing experimental live music and art by queer artists from around the country and beyond, these self-described “techno loving, disco pumping, trashy queer punks” embody the motto “better out than in.”

The core QUE.E.F team is made up of Meesha Fones (Director) Anna Palmer (Producer) and Kaila Whyte (Producer). These three long-time friends and musical collaborators from Birmingham hold an in-depth knowledge on both the local and wider national underground music scene, having toured the UK in various musical outfits (Dorcha, Youth Man), including their alt-rock, synth-noise trio ‘Pretty Grim’.

QUEEF are part of Sound and Music’s 2020 Composer-Curator cohort. Their project seeks to reimagine the format between club night, performance art and music concerts, and create immersive spaces to encourage interaction, dancing and creative thinking, dress and imagination.