Inspired by Festival in My House, we invited Manchester artists to create micro-international festivals at home, then stream them for us live and for free. On Wednesday 20 May, we had a kiki – so dust off your dancing shoes as you’re all invited…
House of Noir are the rising stars of vogue and ballroom culture in Manchester, equally at home in the nightclub and on the runway. For MIF Live, the collective created a one-off quarantine kiki – a super-relaxed, youth-led, politically-driven voguing ball-from-home with the theme ‘All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go’, featuring dazzling live appearances by some of the city’s leading QTIPOC performers (queer, transgender and intersex people of colour). So strike a pose and join us on the virtual dancefloor for a glorious celebration of life, music, diversity and community.
Supported by Manchester International Festival.