RebeccaNeverBecky Productions is a Manchester based creative conceptual event organisation whom is inspired by cultural, musical, artistic and visual influences of yesteryear.
You are warmly welcomed to attend RNB Production’s official launch event and summertime extravaganza: FOR THE NOSTALGIA on August 3rd
This will be an evening of vibrant conceptual installations comprising of performance, music and art- all of which will be paying homage to a very special and influential era that is the 1990s.
This era is undisputedly one of the most prolific decades which has heavily influenced culture and remains to have an impact on modern times. Admit it we all like 90’s jam or fashion here and there!
There will also be a particular focus on LGBTQIA, QTIPOC and women of colour creatives. Celebrating up and coming, emerging and established artists and DJs from Manchester and surrounding areas.
Expect to be taken on a journey and most importantly this event will give way to a new and diverse space on the Manchester scene.
▪90s RNB / HOUSE / HIP HOP / GARAGE ▪
▫▪FROM THIS MEGA LINEUP ▪▫
SOFIE K (NTS Radio/ Limbo Radio)
CLAUD CUNNINGHAM (Black Angel/HOME mcr)
KIM LANA BLACK (L.O.V.E Party)
SAYANG (Equaliser/KMAH Radio)
KATBROWNSUGAR (MCR Live/ Unity Radio)
▫Performances from Artists-
▫Live Art from Multidisciplinary Artists –
RUBY & ELLISS (Moist Collective)
▪Plus a few other surprises!
The utterly fresh and fierce SEBASTIAN SAINT CHARLES and SOPHIE SATANIQUE will be your door hosts for the evening. Expect full on 90s flavas and vibes, impactful visuals and sounds- in a space where you are free to just be.
A 90s inspired dress code is welcomed too. Goodie bags will given out to those who make extra efforts with their ensembles.
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▪Advance £5 early bird tickets / More on the Door
***This project is supported by a grant from Superbia. Superbia Grants provide financial support forLGBT events as part of Manchester Pride’s commitment to the quality and diversity of cultural events taking place throughout the year in Greater Manchester. http://superbia.org.uk ***