Sara Zaltash at All these things. Photo by Live Art Bistro
ICONIC presents nuns, guns and Whoopi Goldberg in...
Sister Act (1992)
Starring Whoopi Goldberg, Wendy Makkena, Whoopi Goldberg, Kathy Najimy, Whoopi Goldberg, Maggie Smith, Whoopi Goldberg, Jenifer Lewis, Mary Wickes and Whoopi Goldberg
Praise be! We are back with another stone cold classic of a film at CLAY Leeds on Thursday 10 February 2022 at 7pm.
Doors at 7pm; Film starts at 7.30pm; Event finishes 9.30pm
There will be reasonably priced drinks available at the bar. Non alcoholic drinks also available.
Please book tickets in advance. We are offering tickets on a sliding scale, as we do not want finances to be a barrier to attendance. If you can afford to pay more for your ticket, please do to support the venue and future screenings.
Sister Act | 1992 | Director: Emile Ardolino | 1h40m | USA | Rated 12
Dance for healing. Dance for freedom. Dance for desire. An interdisciplinary performance created by a Black queer ensemble, JUMBIE is a ritual for our sickened times.
Rooted in the history and culture of Montserrat, the Jumbie dance calls on the spirits of the dead to cure illness, solve personal problems, and redress social injustice. A night of feasting and music in which anything might happen - suppressed and silenced by colonial forces and the Christian Church.
JUMBIE revives the traditional dance but from a contemporary queer perspective, and raises a middle finger to the Church and colonialism by simply existing. Led by provocative and playful artist Jamal Gerald and an ensemble who invite you to a night of sensual revelry. Part ritual, part sex club, part dance party – and fully WTF.
Commissioned by Transform and HOME Manchester. Co-produced by Transform and supported by Arts Council England, Leeds Playhouse and Theatre in the Mill. Recipient of a Jerwood Arts’ Live Work Fund Award in 2021.
We are working to keep everyone as safe as possible as we transition back to live events. In order to do this we have some continued rules around infection control and we ask that you familiarise yourself with them before coming to an event.
Like many other small and independent spaces we have found ourselves in a very difficult situation as the continuation of our work relies on audience attendance. If you’re in a position to support our not for profit objectives, you can become a CLAY MAKER or alternatively choose your donation on our membership section.
We’re delighted to say that we’ve been awarded a Cultural Recovery Grant in the 2nd round funded by DCMS delivered by Arts Council England. We’re grateful to be able to stay open for our studio holders and transition back into live practice & excited to still be #hereforculture
We hope you’re all staying safe and healthy!