The 1980s. Chiron is a reticent child, different from the other kids at school. There’s something about the way he walks, the way he talks, that has others guessing before he does, in an environment where queerness is just not an option.
Birr Theatre & Arts Centre
16th May 2017 at 8:00 pm
Junkie Ma (a tightly-wound Naomie Harris) is no help in navigating these waters, so Chiron turns to local drug kingpin Juan (played with charismatic gravitas by Mahershala Ali), who offers the kind of leadership and emotional support that he so sorely needs. And Juan’s relationship with his girlfriend (Janelle Monáe in an auspicious onscreen debut) offers the blueprint for an equal relationship.
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DCCAE has this afternoon released details of Stage 2 of the Just Transition Fund. Projects must have registered with the Midlands Regional Transition Team-START Midlands Engagement Process to be eligible
Time: 19th June at 3:00 pm to 17th July 2020 at 4:00 pm