**UPDATE** In light of the COVID-19 advice, Vogue Scotland have postponed this event.
Although there are fewer cases in the UK and Scotland comparatively, Vogue Scotland have decided to prioritise the prevention of the more vulnerable members of our community being affected. Since the virus has an incubation period of 2 weeks and for many cases is not showing symptoms, many of us could be carrying the virus unaware and potentially passing on to those who may be more susceptible to developing serious complications on contracting it.
Anyone who booked for this event will be refunded and you will hear from Vogue Scotland or Outsavvy shortly. Please check the Vogue Scotland Facebook page for more information on new dates and upcoming activities.
Celebrating family, community and the history of the underground kiki scene, born from the Black and Latinx LGBTQ community who founded House Ball culture.
Calling all LGBTQ people of colour and LGBTQ young people! If you’ve always wanted to try voguing, runway or any ballroom artform, or would just like to find the community, come join the Scottish chapter of the Kiki House of Tea with Vogue Scotland to meet people, learn and participate with the Vogue Scotland family and guests to be announced through screenings, workshops, discussions and open practice.
There will be a chance to walk in the Kiki if you’ve been practising, or just to join the supportive crowd if it’s your first time. You can attending any or all of the sessions on offer over the weekend and tickets will be on sale online shortly, or available on the door.
Saturday 14th March
14.15 - 15.30 | Old Way Practice with Bronze 007
15.45 - 16.15 | Short ballroom documentary screening
16.15 - 17.30 | Panel discussion on ballroom and Kiki scene history
Sunday 15 March
**Postponed until further notice**
Keep an eye right here and @VogueScotland for updates on our guests and DJs!
Image: Deborah Mullen Photography, in Nick Cave’s UNTIL exhibition, Tramway, at Grace Jones x Nick Cave Ball