The Black Pride Manchester Vogue Ball at Gorilla

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The Black Pride Manchester Vogue Ball at Gorilla
Image courtesy of Contact/ House of Ghetto.

House of Ghetto presents: The Black Pride Manchester Vogue Ball at Gorilla, Manchester 18 December 2021 Tickets from £15.00 — Book now

Set in the pounding club environment of Manchester venue Gorilla, The Black Pride Manchester Vogue Ball struts into the city this December.

House of Ghetto are taking it back to the origins of the Black queer vogue scene. The event is hosted by the legendary Rikki Beadle-Blair who was awarded an MBE in 2016. The gay rights activist, actor, director and musician strikes a superb rapport with the audience.

Bring fierce performance, exuberant costume and dance alongside some of the fiercest QTIBIPoC (Queer, Trans, Intersex, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) vogue houses in the north, expect all the energy of an authentic vogue ball.

House of Ghetto are a dance and visual arts company based in Manchester.

House of Ghetto presents: The Black Pride Manchester Vogue Ball at Gorilla, Manchester 18 December 2021 Tickets from £15.00 Book now

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