BURLESQUE ACT IN CHURCH-OWNED BUILDING
Burlesque act The Folly Mixtures are to appear in Crystal Palace on Saturday February 13th as part of a ‘Valentine Special.’
The event will be held in the cinema building at 25 Church Road, currently owned by KICC (Kingsway International Christian Centre) which among locals is regarded as anti-gay.
The Folly Mixtures will be supported by two comedians and two singers for the event.
Tickets are £35 (£45 VIP) with an English, European or West Indian buffet followed by a dance. Doors open 6pm, the event finishing at 11pm. The event is being organised by Bam Bam promotions which recently staged a boxing night in the same building.
An appeal by KICC against refusal of planning permission to change the use of the former cinema at 25 Church Road from Use Class D2 (Assembly and leisure) to a mixed-use comprising Class D1 (Place of Worship, Conference and Non Residential religious education and training centre) and Class D2 (Assembly and Leisure) use is currently being considered by the Planning Inspectorate.
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