Monday - Saturday: 7.30pm
Thursday & Saturday Matinees: 2.30pm
Socially Distanced performances:
Thu 11 Nov, 2.30pm and 7.30pm
Filling the Maria with sequins, celebratory togetherness, and a healthy dose of shade, Sundown Kiki will bring the world of theatre and ballroom together in an explosive evening of music, dance, walking, and partying. Created with and performed by Queer young artists from the Global Majority, Sundown Kiki will be a bold celebration of Queer South London in all its glory.
All performances of Sundown Kiki will be relaxed, meaning you and your fellow audience members should feel comfortable making noise and moving around the space. Sundown Kiki will contain loud noise and music, as well as vibrant visual elements. Due to the sensory nature of the performance, you are welcome to leave the theatre and return after a short break if this helps you to enjoy the performance.
Please note that the show will contain loud music, sexually suggestive movement and language that may include references to homophobia, racism, transphobia, as well as discussions of gender and identity, sometimes in the context of race, class, social inequity and privilege. Please note that the performance does not include gratuitous strong language, and that any strong language in the performance has been used because it is a term that may be taken as a slur in every day conversation, but is common and non-offensive parlance within the ballroom scene.
For further information on the show contents, please get in touch with our Box Office team who will be more than happy to assist.
Want to watch Sundown Kiki at home? Tickets are available for our live broadcast! Click here for more information
Sundown Kiki is supported by the Embassy of Spain and the Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.
Production Photography by Aaron Imuere
Creative Director Jay Jay Revlon
Director Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu
Dramaturg Frey Kwa Hawking
Sound Designer and Composer XANA
Lighting Designer Pablo Fernández Baz
Set Designer Khadija Raza
Costume Designer John Assis Bastos
Movement Assistant Omar Jordan Phillips
Boris Karloff Trainee Assistant Director Raimu Itfum
Assistant Producer Dylan Verley
Stage Manager Sylvia Darkwa-Ohemeng
Assistant Stage Manager Raisa Daya
with Afi, Joshua Asaré, Jay Lafayette Coward, Millie George, Asa Haynes, Jasper Ryan-Cater, Laura Sérgio, Sarah-Angel Sharma, Akin Soul, Tatenda Shamiso, Diogo Varela and Emanuel Vuso.
All performances are Relaxed performances
Socially Distanced performances: Thu 11 Nov, 2.30pm and 7.30pm