METRO Charity brings you a Tea Dance with a difference!
Immerse yourself in a queer, fun filled evening in the Ball Room of Greenwich.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality (the Sexual Offences Act 1967), METRO is hosting a Tea Dance with a difference and fundraising to support the AIDS Since the 80s Project.
- La Voix, performing her amazing cabaret show, with the London Gay Big Band ensemble, as seen on Britain's Got Talent
- OUT Margate Crew, providing an immersive experience to get your creative juices flowing
- Disco performances from Margate Pride's Cockles and Muscles, with CREEP CLUB on the decks
- Free food and drinks!
Friday 15th September 2017
7:00pm Drinks Reception
8:00pm Immersive experience
8:45pm Cabaret Show
9:45pm Disco and Margate Pride's Cockles and Muscles performances
Dancing til late!
Ticket includes entry, cloakroom, tea dance buffet (of cakes and finger sandwiches), alcoholic and soft drinks reception, show and disco. Pay bar after reception.
141 Greenwich High Road
2 minutes from Greenwich mainline station (with regular direct trains from Cannon Street taking just 12 mins) and Greenwich DLR. Exit at the rear of the platform by the DLR, from central London walk through the subway, continue straight on to the main road, turn right and Greenwich West is just 100m walk on your right.
100% of ticket sales and all profit from the bar goes to support the AIDS Since the 80s Project
The AIDS Since the 80s Project is recording 100 in-depth interviews to create a vast archive of how HIV/AIDS unfolded here in London, and which will also go towards a feature length documentary due for release in 2018.