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Manchester’s seminal night of queer performance and arty shenanigans – Mother’s Ruin – takes over the Roadhouse this Pride for a very special event.
On Friday 22 August, Mother’s Ruin brings a brand-spanking new queer cabaret experience to the stage.
Part the clouds of smoke and descend into the depths of a late night party featuring the pioneers and luminaries of Manchester’s alt performance scene, including:
Plus, there will be a red-hot DJ set from The Niallist (Tranarchy / CVNT TRAXXX).
The gloves are off; Mother is tearing the bank holiday weekend a new one. After all, Mother knows best.
Date and time: Friday 22 August, 8.30pm (show 9pm to 1am).
Venue: Roadhouse, 8 Newton Street, Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2AN.
Supported by Cake Tin Foundation, Contact and Arts Council England. Programmed by RudeGrrl.
Sister Jacui Moff of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will be onhand to fundraise for the Cake Tin Foundation on the night.