Queer Contact 2021: RebeccaNeverBecky Presents…Closing Party Kiki!

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Queer Contact 2021: RebeccaNeverBecky Presents...Closing Party Kiki!
Image courtesy of Contact Theatre.

1 May 2021 Tickets from £6.00 — Book now

Manchester-based DJ collective RebeccaNeverBecky will give Queer Contact Festival 2021 the best send-off possible.

Available online – the party comes straight to you. Featuring LGBT+ talent on the decks and the dancefloor, high energy and classic sounds will close the festival.

The event runs at around 60 minutes and features DJ Mix-Stress, DJ Blackbetty, Sophie Satanique and Sebastian St Charles.

1 May 2021 Tickets from £6.00 Book now

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