Tickets available at R45 each.
Other screenings: 25 June 6pm Ster-Kinekor, Musgrave Centre, 115 Musgrave Road

Touted as the 2016 update of the iconic “Paris is Burning”, Kiki tells the story of young queer kids of colour in the New York ball and voguing scene. Told from the perspective of activist and co-creator Twiggy, the film is less concerned than its predecessor with the scene’s linguistic quirks and social hierarchies, and instead focuses on the political elements of activism and ...

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8 attendees (None invited)


The Playhouse Theatre
29 Anton Lembede Street