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Click Clack Pride

June 7, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm


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“Gonna walk right through that door, high heels on a hardwood floor. Click clack, click clack! That’s the sound of a slingback” – RuPaul


We are thrilled to be an official Cultural Partner of Pride Toronto this year as we host our first-ever Pride Party! Explore our fascinating exhibition spaces while you party after dark including an appearance by the first-ever winner of Canada’s Drag Race, Priyanka, a performance by Miss Moço, a runway presentation by Fashion Art Toronto, and music by DJ Sophie Jones. Evening MC: Daniel Reyes Cocka

The Bata Shoe Museum is honoured to have acquired a pair of Priyanka’s shoes to add to our permanent collection of over 15,000 pairs of footwear. Created by Toronto-based FX Costume and Prop Stylists Kevin Morra and Ryan Pike of Faerie Fire Forge, Priyanka’s blue heels are from her promo look for the 2020 Canada’s Drag Race series. The official unveiling will take place as part of the Click Clack evening.


6:45 pm – Doors Open
7:00 pm – Remarks by Pride Toronto
7:15 pmPriyanka arrives for the official unveiling of her shoes
7:30 pm – Presentation by Fashion Art Toronto featuring Fugnitto
9:00 pm – Performance by Miss Moço
10:00 pm – Walk-off competition
11:00 pm – Doors Close

Priyanka in the BSM collection
Priyanka is a multi-talented entertainer, musical artist, content creator and the first-ever winner of Canada’s Drag Race (2020). Her recent debut EP “Taste Test” has hit 5+million streams and launched the viral hit single, “Come Through”, as part of a unique episodic music video saga. Otherwise known as Mark ‘Suki’ Suknanan, Suki hosted the legendary children’s network, YTV, before Priyanka’s iconic 2020 crowning.

Miss Moço [mo-su] is Toronto’s Portuguese-Canadian queen, star of Canada’s Drag Race S3, and host of the annual drag pageant, Miss Drag Lisboa in Lisbon. Outside of drag, Moço (he/him) can be found behind the camera as a portrait photographer.

Fashion Art Toronto is Toronto’s longest running Fashion Week celebrated for providing an inclusive, diverse and accessible platform for designers and artists to showcase their vision and thought provoking presentations.

Tickets are limited.
$30/Individual or $100/4-Pack
Bata Shoe Museum (327 Bloor St. W.)
19+ event. Paid bar by credit or debit.

Exhibitions currently on view

Images: Miss Moço: Kirk Lisaj; Priyanka: Blake Morrow @shootblake