SexWithoutShame Ball Tickets | Aatma Manchester  | Sat 17th November 2018 Lineup

SexWithoutShame Ball tickets

Aatma in Manchester

Saturday 17th November 2018

10:30pm til 3:00am

Minimum Age: 18

Join LGBT Foundation & House of Decay for the SexWithoutShame Ball. Celebrate vogue and ballroom culture whilst commemorating those we've lost to HIV.

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SexWithoutShame Ball on Saturday 17th November 2018

Join LGBT Foundation and The House of Decay for the inaugural SexWithoutShame Ball.
In partnership with House of Decay, the SexWithoutShame Ball will pay homage to the LGBT ballroom and vogue scene, which was an underground response to the AIDS Epidemic, as depicted in the documentary Paris Is Burning.
The House of Decay is Manchester's premiere underground queer vogue house, showcasing New Way and Femme Vogue. Attendees will have the chance to witness or participate in a fabulous event, with a soundtrack by DJs Brett Denning (Kiss Me Again, Fresh Meat) and KKingBoo (Pxssy Palace, LoveBox) and a live performance from Sarah Angel.
Mother of The House of Ghetto and House of Suarez, Darren Pritchard will MC the evening's categories, whilst performers will be hoping for 10s across the board from judges Kate O'Donnell, Mickey Taylor, Rebecca Swarray and Gina Harrison.
House of Decay performers include Miss Sink The Pink 2017 Asttina Mandela, Simon Peters, Joshua Hubbard, Simon Peters, Carli Trigg and Phoenix Chase-Meares.
All profits from the Ball will purchase HIV self-test kits, safer injecting and safer sex packs, pregnancy test kits and sanitary products for LGBT people who need them.
Tickets can purchased for £11 (+booking fee) from:
We'll also collecting donations throughout the day.
  • £11.50 could purchase a HIV self-test kit
  • £6 could purchase a safer injecting and safer sex pack for some engaging in ChemSex
  • £11 could purchase 2 pregnancy test kits
  • £3 could purchase 18 tampons
  • £2 could purchase 12 sanitary pads
  • £22 could pay for a Moon Cup - a reusable eco-friendly menstrual cup
To find out more about LGBT Foundation's Sexual health Programme, visit

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