What happens when you tumble out of the closet and find yourself trying to work out exactly where you are on the spectrum?
Jessica Rowbottom, aka ‘The Bleeding Obvious‘ endeavours to describe the experience through songs and tales of joy, grief, happiness, loss and defiance in her one-woman show.
This Wakefield LGBT Pride 2017 (Fringe Event) is a Pay-as-you-feel event, which means the door entry (not the beer) is a price that you feel is appropriate.‘The Bleeding Obvious‘ is the new musical project of Yorkshire lass Jess Rowbottom, inspired by personal life changes in recent years. Coming from a variety of musical backgrounds – not least as a chorister at Wakefield Cathedral.
Look out for more Wakefield LGBT Pride 2017 (fringe events) in the coming weeks and months and also for Wakefield LGBT Pride Day 2017 on Sunday 13th August.
Check out ‘The Bleeding Obvious’ music video for the song ‘Me Myself & I’ below: