‘I was called faggot sixty times in public last year. Fifteen different men tried to follow me home. A woman told her child not to sit next to me on the tube. And I landed in the national papers after being thrown out of a TopShop changing room in Manchester.' Hurled words. Thrown objects. Dodged burgers. BURGERZ asks the questions: What does the trans body do in order to survive? And how can one become a protector, rather than a bystander? Having carved out a place for themselves as one of the most prominent trans voices in the UK, Travis Alabanza presents a piece that is both timely and true to their style: both unsettling and powerful.