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  • Sat 28 Mar
  • 108 minutes
  • Director: John Waters
  • Cast: Mink Stole, David Lochary, Mary Vivian Pierce, Edith Massey and Divine
  • usa (1972)


Presented by the And What? Queer Arts Festival and Fringe! Film Fest - Join us for an cultural afternoon screening of John Waters classic Pink Flamingos, with VERY special guest Mink Stole in a post film Q&A with Grant Gulczynski - so have all your burning questions ready!

Stalls - SOLD OUT

Circle - Seats available - BOOK NOW

BUT THAT'S NOT ALL - for the most EXTRA of EXTRA films this will be an EXTRA screening. Expect the one and only Holestar hosting the soiree as Divine, expect John Waters shorts and best of Mink clips, expect your chance to EAT Shhhhh*t.

We will be hosting a 'Dalston's Filthiest' competition, so come in your most EXTRA Pink Flamingos FANCY DRESS, be paraded onstage and maybe, just maybe be crowned a dirty minx by Mink herself.

Oh, and THERE WILL BE MORE! Pink Flamingos photo-booth, special snacks, MORE PEFORMERS TBA, and one or two suprises we are keeping up our sleeves.  

BTW did you know Mink Stole has performed in EVERY John Waters feature ever made... THATS ALL OF THEM.

We will be showing the film is all its full uncut glory, so you may want to bring a sick bag along.

Hailed as the most infamous film of all time, Pink Flamingos was billed as "an exercise in bad taste".

Divine is Babs Johnson, the queen of sleaze, who with her troubled family of outcasts earns the title of "The Filthiest People Alive". But the title is challenged by Connie (Mink Stole) and Raymond Marble, a jealous publicity-hungry couple with pre-punk red and blue hair who will do anything to steal Babs notoriety.

The film sets out to shock, it is nauseating, it is absurd. Not for the faint hearted, this film once viewed will never be forgotten.

"One of the sickest movies made... and one of the funniest"

Fran Lebowitz - Interview Magazine

"Like a septic tank explosion, it has to be seen to be believed"

Detroit Free Press