A very Christmassy interactive screening of Gremlins at The Refuge with drag Gremlins, midnight feasts and festive cocktails.
Another great film in the Reclaim the Frame series…Face Places is the Oscar nominated documentary from iconic female director Agnes Varda!
For Roald Dahl Day we're working with family theatre specialists Z Arts to bring a very special interactive, immersive screening of The Witches to their arts centre in Hulme.
Join us for another cracking female directed new film in the Reclaim The Frame series!
MAKE A SCENE - POSE VIEWING PARTY EPISODES 7 & 8 - FINALE FEAT. HOUSE OF DECAY LIVE AND MINI VOGUE BALL!
We’re back with another POSE viewing party! Keep watching Pose with us and the best vogue houses in town…it’s the finale so we’re going BIG with a vogue ball, runway, trophies, cocktails, judges and vogue workshops!
A dark drag show and macabre party celebrating what lurks in the shadows. The drag ball to end all drag balls. Looks that slay and vogueing to literally die for.
We’re back with another POSE viewing party! Keep watching Pose with us and the best vogue houses in town…for episodes 5 & 6 we’re joined by Joshua Hubbard of House of Decay and talking about the modern ballroom scene.
Make A Scene continue our support of Birds Eye View's Reclaim the Frame campaign to promote films made by female film makers and writers. The second film in the seriesis British film Pin Cushion.
We’re back with another POSE viewing party after our wildly successful first one! Keep watching Pose with us and the best vogue houses in town…for episodes 3 & 4 we’re joined by The House of Ghetto!
Join us and a host of vogueing talent from the North West of England to take you back to 1980s Vogue Ball Scene in fierce, interactive viewing party of the first two episodes of Ryan Murphy’s groundbreaking LGBTQIA TV show POSE!
Help us help Birds Eye View support and promote 4 amazing new films made by women by being part of the Reclaim The Frame screen influencer programme. Come meet likeminded film fans like you at this first meeting and see some exciting new female narratives for FREE!
Celebrate the first out gay Olympian John Curry who battled prejudice in the 1970s and made ice dancing an art form. Make A Scene, Superbia and Dogwood Films present new documentary "The Ice King" as part of our new strand Make A Scene Unseen
As part of Queer Contact Make A Scene present a Way Too Interactive Sing a Long showing of Hedwig and the Angry Inch! Rock a long, sing a long and quote a long to John Cameron Mitchell's queer rock musical movie classic.
Sweetie darling! It's a whole event dedicated to Ab Fab and the sketches of French and Saunders! You lucky bitches!
Make A Scene is back this September with a totally awesome Way Too Interactive film showing...this time it's, like, CLUELESS!
Bring your unloved clothes and add to Cher's wardrobe (played by hostess Grace Oni Smith) and we'll make over your tragic best friend! Plus 90s playlists, pop quizzes, cocktails and much more!
Join us for a very special showing of John Waters' 1988 classic (with a few added splashes of the 2007 musical) Hairspray! We'll be adding a little post-Trump activism with placard making workshops by the LGBT Liberty Festival and. of course, we'll be doing the bird and all the latest dance moves in a recreation of the Corny Collins studio...will you join the cast of the nicest kids in town. Everyone welcome...no walls, rope barriers or divisions here at Make A Scene and we've gonna fight to keep the world that way!
Join Make A Scene for our Victoria Wood A Thon! a Way Too Interactive celebration of the work comedian, writer, actress and gay icon Victoria Wood!
All of her best sketches, songs and stand up including a full showing of An Audience With Victoria Wood and an omnibus of every episode of Acorn Antiques. Plus a games, sing a longs, a recreation of the set of Acorn Antique, Grace Oni Smith as Mrs Overall and a very special cake trolley by Milk Jam!
You gotta get on this! One of the greatest camp classics, loved around the world by gays, girls and queers! A 1990s Hollywood hate tale, like and updated Whatever Happened to Baby Jane meets big budget body horror from the director of Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Back to the Future!
Now presented on the big screen with added Way Too Interactive goodness by Make A Scene. Texture's multimedia tech system, immersive themeing to make Manchester feel like a Hollywood mansion, Grace Oni Smith as Lisle Von Rhumberg hosting you and your friends at a very special Simper Viva cocktail party with back-from-the-dead canapés by world renowned chef Mary Ellen MacTague's Real Junk Food Project plus makeovers, surprises, games, cocktails and a full screening of Death Becomes Her with the chance to hate a long and shout out your favourite lines!
Plus...we promise you'll leave looking 15 years younger. Just watch out for the stairs on the way out!
The Christmas classic as you've never seen it before! Eat pizza a long (plain cheese of course) to a special interactive showing of Home Alone with drag family drama, booby traps and 90s presents! Where's my tamagotchi!