House of Suarez is proud to announce the next huge step in its Vogue evolution by presenting the Three Day Bender, a Vogue Festival bringing together the award winning dance company’s most popular events into a full weekend of glamour. The theme for this year’s festival will be The Toy Box, seeing all events drawing on the imagery and imagination of toys...

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The Festival will start on Friday 19th October with its annual dance event for exciting, emerging artists – Elements of Vogue. The evening will celebrate and bring together a diverse range of local and national talent, including young dancers alongside professional artists. Elements of Vogue fuses vogue, commercial and contemporary dance styles and will pave the way for the excitement of the whole weekend.

Saturday 20th October will see the return of the hugely hedonistic annual House of Suarez Vogue Ball, the festival’s main event. This wildly creative celebration of style and alternative cultures will see both veteran and brand new local, regional and international houses come together to keep audiences on the edge of their seats and screaming for more. The Ball will continue to astound audiences with fantastical costumes, outrageous performances and technical excellence in vogue dance. The night will be pulled together like a couture corset by the godmother of the ball, the one and only Rikki Beadle Blair, the master of ceremonies helping the crowds to raise the roof. Ball tickets sell out fast for this hugely popular event so get them quick!

To continue the Saturday night extravaganza House of Suarez will bring back its fierce official after-party Liverpool is Burning, based on the iconic vogue film, Paris is Burning. This club night will take you into the early hours of Sunday morning and will be free for every ticket holder from the Vogue Ball.

If all this is not enough House of Suarez will be presenting the Unlimited House of Krip documentary at FACT cinema. This documentary will give you an insight into the incredible journey, trials and tribulations of a group of international deaf artists as they take part in their first House of Suarez Ball in 2017. The screenings will be followed by an exclusive Q&A with festival director Darren Suarez, who will talk about the work of the company and their aspirations for the future presented alongside live performances.

So unleash your inner diva along with the toys and come out and play with House of Suarez.