Queer Burns Night 2020
Saturday 25th January
at CLAY: Centre for Live Art Yorkshire
1 Regent Street, Leeds LS2 7QA
Doors open at 6pm for sustenance - there'll be a lush vegan curry, samosas, cakes, etc. Plus, the bar will be open for booze and soft drinks.
Film starts at 7pm
NINA'S HEAVENLY DELIGHTS
Released in 2006 and directed by Bradford Uni alumna Pratibha Parmar, this super cute Scottish lesbian romcom features two women falling in love via a curry cooking contest and Bollywood dance numbers. What's not to love?
And then starting at 9pm we have a
Our queer Caller will walk you through the steps - who cares if you have two left feet, absolutely no prior experience needed. Come fling your thing round the dance floor. Merriment and mayhem til late!
Tickets on the door
Pay What You Can from £0 to £6.
Cash or Card payment available.
Originally the word Ceilidh (pronounced kay-lee) descended from the Gaelic word for ‘gathering’ or ‘party’… However, these days when people think of a Ceilidh, they think of a fun-filled night of wild dancing, good music and great company.