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What Am I Looking At?!

Roxy Theatre 10708 124 St NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada

In 'What am I Looking At?!', backstage antics unfold as three drag queens navigate the chaos of a cramped dressing room. Amidst mirror changes and gossip, they hilariously vie for their moment in the spotlight. This uproarious comedy explores the challenges and triumphs of performing in a crack-of-dawn production, offering a fresh and humorous take on the world of drag. Get ready to laugh, gasp, and maybe even shed a tear as these queens prove that the show must go on, no matter the chaos backstage!

Written and directed by Stretcher Hymen and Hunny Moon

Sunday, June 2, 2024 at 4:30 pm 

Wednesday, June 5, 2024 at 7:00 pm

Thursday, June 6, 2024 at 7:00 pm

Nancy Power Theatre @ The Roxy

A NextFest 2024 event

$14.00

TELUS originals FLASHBACK (2024)

Metro Cinema 8712 109 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Edmonton Queer History Project presents two evening screenings of the new TELUS Originals feature documentary film, Flashback (2024) at the Metro Cinema. 

It was the Studio 54 of the Prairies, a club that owner John Reid vowed would be a safe place for ‘gay people and their friends.’ Flashback is the story of a defiant disco dance culture of sweat and sex and drugs and fashion.

Located in a conservative northern Canadian city often hostile to queer people, Flashback became a sensation on the international club circuit despite police raids, threats of violence and the scourge of AIDS.

Flashback is a ghost. But it comes alive again in the memories of the people who were there and the legends they left behind.

$14.50

TELUS originals FLASHBACK (2024)

Metro Cinema 8712 109 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Edmonton Queer History Project and HIV Edmonton presents a special screening of the new TELUS Originals feature documentary film, Flashback (2024) at the Metro Cinema.

We will have the post-screening QnA featuring Ron Byers, Michael Phair and HIV Edmonton's Executive Director, Catherin Broomfield.

It was the Studio 54 of the Prairies, a club that owner John Reid vowed would be a safe place for ‘gay people and their friends.’ Flashback is the story of a defiant disco dance culture of sweat and sex and drugs and fashion.

Located in a conservative northern Canadian city often hostile to queer people, Flashback became a sensation on the international club circuit despite police raids, threats of violence and the scourge of AIDS.

Flashback is a ghost. But it comes alive again in the memories of the people who were there and the legends they left behind

$14.50

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