Nobel Prize Disco
Drag and dancers lead at this Science festival bonanza
28th October 2016 @ 10:00pm
Fabulous drag queens and young vogue dancers will perform at The Nobel Prize Disco as part of this year’s Manchester Science Festival.
The Museum of Science and Industry’s Revolution Gallery will be transformed into a huge club space for one night only with a sound system, stage, light show, visuals and bar.
Two of Manchester’s finest drag performers, Lill Queen and Grace Oni Smith of Cha Cha Boudoir and The Family Gorgeous, will deliver eye-opening performances bringing a new twist on the fascinating world of the Nobel Prize. You’ve never seen Marie Curie quite like this before…
PLUS enjoy original contemporary vogue dancing from two of Manchester's fiercest young contemporary dancers, Sista Hood from Manchester’s House of Ghetto, paying tribute to the discovery of graphene right here in Manchester.
Science meets disco meets performance, with drinks and dressing-up for good measure. Come costumed as your favourite Nobel Prize winner – or prize-winning discovery.
Music from Greg Thorpe (Drunk At Vogue, Off The Hook).
Be there or be mc2....