Pink Flamingos

Thursday 1st June 2017

at Live Art Bistro 

1-2 Regent Street, Leeds, LS2 7QA


Film starts at 9pm

FREE screening of PINK FLAMINGOS - John Waters' queer cult classic from 1972


Notorious Baltimore criminal and underground figure Divine goes up against a sleazy married couple who make a passionate attempt to humiliate her and seize her tabloid-given title as "The Filthiest Person Alive”.


“one of the most vile, stupid and repulsive films ever made.” Variety


“its success launched John Waters into a career as America's leading authority on poor taste” Rotten Tomatoes


“it’s the only movie that ever made me throw up and feel faint. It was so horrific and absolutely vulgar that I can’t even describe the scenes to you. Needless to say, I loved it.” autostraddle


The venue is wheelchair accessible with a single step entrance with ramp.

Off-street parking is available nearby (charges may apply).

All toilets will be gender-neutral. An accessible toilet will be available.

There is a range of seating available in the screening room: hard backed chairs, sofas, beanbags. If you need to enter the screening room first or need a particular place in the room please let an organiser know.

Film will be shown with English subtitles.

Popcorn and vegan pick n mix will be on sale. No booking required, just turn up!


Part of the Gender Roadshow