Travis
Alabanza

Writer, Performer and Theatre maker

Travis is a writer, performer and theatre maker based in London, via Bristol.

Their writing, performance and public discourse surrounding trans and Black identities has had them noted as one of the most prominent emerging trans voices in the arts and beyond.

For stage, Travis wrote and performed in their debut show Burgerz. The show won the Total Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as well as selling out numerous venues including Southbank Centre and Traverse Theatre. It was also voted one of The Guardian Readers Top Shows of The Year and is published by Oberon Books.

Travis’ work has also appeared on BBC Front Row, The Verb and in 2019 they hosted their first radio documentary ‘Going to The Gay Bar’ for BBC Radio Four.

Alabanza was listed in the Evening Standard as one of the 25 most influential Londoners under 25 and placed on the Dazed100 list.

Travis has written In Tandem, as part of the Paines Plough 2020 Autumn Festival 'The Place I Call Home', a project exploring experiences in relation to the pandemic across Europe. They are also working on new shows for Bush Theatre and Hackney Showrooms.