Cambridge Pride X Club Urania
Friday 16th June 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Jesus Green, Cambridge

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Club Urania events sell out quickly so get your tickets now (Age 16+). We’re offering tickets on variable cost basis to remove financial barriers, please consider paying a higher ticket price if you can. If cost is a barrier to accessing the event but you’re still interested in attending, please email: urania@cambridgepride.co.uk

Announcing the Cambridge Pride X Club Urania warm-up party!

Expect a night of alternative queer performance and music, including gender-bending drag, angel-voiced singers, side-splitting comedians and music from queer Cambridge DJs that will have you dancing all the way into Saturday’s festivities. 

Confirmed local acts include the gorgeous femme vocalist Lovemore, hair-metal drag phenomenon Max Legroom, and Justa Knight, the shapeshifting founder of Cambridge’s trans-led performance night Comfort Zone. Music comes from DJ Provincia, the stunningly coiffed Latin DJ, and DJ Rayne, resident DJ of Cambridge’s number one dance party Wiggle Room. Emcees for the night will be Club Urania’s ethereal space-cadet Celia Willoughby, and in a very special appearance, Azara, the winner of Man-Up 2023 and host of London’s legendary cabaret Duckie.

Headline act for the night is Matty May, a working-class queer performer and associate director of Scottee and Friends. Matty’s 2021 show, ‘If You Love Me This Might Hurt’, an uncensored look at men, queerness, council estates, and suicide was rapturously received by the critics, but sunshine has recently broken through the clouds and his new work is all about queer joy - oodles of which he will be bringing to Jesus Green! 

Club Urania is a performance and music night for the arty queer crowd which usually takes place every month at Cambridge Junction. Club Urania is a collaboration between Cambridge Junction, Wysing Arts Centre and other queer organisations, artists and promoters represented by Celia Willoughby, Diarmuid Hester and Roeland van der Heiden.