QUEER BALL
  • London Fringe

QUEER BALL is BACK with rock, shake and roll!!!

The first one of 2021

ARE YOU READY TO DO THE ROCKSTEADY!!!!!

SUNDAY 5TH SEPTEMBER 2021 5pm till 11PM
THEME: DRESS IN 1950 AND 1960S OUTFITS
Fancy dress is encouraged, but not essential

Music from the 1950 and 1960s:
Rocksteady, Ska, Jazz, RnB, Gospel & Boogaloo. Vinyl only.

PERFORMERS, PRIZES FOR THE BEST DRESSED & DANCERS,

DJs: NIKKI LUCAS, DAPPER D (The Nitty Gritty),
ALAN HANSCOMBE & RONNIE KING

HOSTS: STAV B and Yveelicous

PERFORMANCE: STEVE LUCAS

DANCE COMPETITION:
From 8pm-9pm We will be looking at these categories on the dance floor....get ready people!!!!!

The categories are.......
A) Best 1950-1960s Vintage fashion, and retro style

B) Dancer competition skabeat. Every time you hear a ska beat tune, lets see you rocking your best: to win the competition

THE QUEER BALL will be having a BUCKET SHAKE & RATTLE

For the BLACK & BROWN RAINBOW

Black & Brown Rainbow are a peer led anti-violence, social justice grass-roots organisation, to end all forms of violence and racism against Black and Brown LGBTQI+ people. Providing support, practical help and advice via a free phone helpline for Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic, Refugee LGBTQI+ people who are living in a hostile environment, with lived experiences of domestic violence, sexual violence, discriminatory abuse and including state & colonial oppression and violence.

https://www.facebook.com/BlackandBrownRainbow

PRICE:
Pre-sale tickets: On-line Early Bird Tickets 5 / 10 / 15

THIS IS A TICKETED EVENT

Time: 5pm-11pm

Access: The venue has two flights of stairs;

COVID-19 SAFETY STATEMENT

You will need your COVID PASS or PROOF OF A NEGATIVE TEST RESULT to get into the venue.

There are some important steps you need to take in order to ensure we keep everybody as safe as possible. Proof of negative lateral flow OR PCR tests, are needed for the QueerBall.

YOU NEED TO DO TO YOUR BIT TO KEEP EVERYONE SAFE BY:

1. Taking a test within 48 hours & registering it

2. Presenting a Covid pass via the NHS app

3. Presenting a negative result via email, text or letter

4. Staying home with symptoms

THE GLORY / QUEER BALL WILL BE

1. Checking your Covid status to gain entry

2. Checking your temperature

3. Reducing Capacity

4. Maximising Ventilation

5. Have staff wear face coverings

6. Testing Ourselves Regularly

HELP US KEEP EVERYONE SAFE

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