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UrbanApa & Klikki kollektiivi presents: A slightly performative club night

A club night for dancers, artists and friends of art.

A club night!

The “slightly performative club-night” consists of two parts.

During the first half you will get to enjoy different demos orchestrated by the members of Klikki-Kollektiivi. The second half of the night is reserved for clubbing, partying and getting to know each other.

Klikki-Kollektiivi was born through UrbanApa’s Mentoring Platform which gives Young Artists a chance to connect, learn and share in a creative setting. The event “Pienesti Performatiivinen Klubi-ilta” was fueled by the idea of creating a club night for dancers, artists and friends of art, that gathers people together to celebrate in this often lonely craft.

During the night, you will see demos from Emilia Ahopelto, Taru Aho, Kiira Kilpiö, Tanja Kuurola and Ira Wuolle. In the meantime, Dj ZeZe and Dj Mojo will make sure that you won’t be standing still together with Ajak Majok who will be the emcee of the night.

Dresscode: sunset palette.

Entrance fee: 7e + cloakroom 3,5e.


Doors Open 7pm

Demos 8pm

PARTY!! 21pm to 2am

About the collective?

Klikki-kollektiivi is a group of eight different dance artists that was formed through the UrpanApa’s Mentoring Platform. The group drives to increase inclusiveness and communal aspects in the dance field and to bring down barriers between the individuals who operate in this field. The first showing of the group is the event “Pienesti Performatiivinen Klubi-ilta”.

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Accessible entrance to the Kuudes Linja takes place from the entrance on the Hämeentie side. The exact address is Hämeentie 13 B (approx. 50 meters from Siltanen in the direction of Hakaniemi). Through this door one can move be moved directly in with a wheelchair without turning. There are accessible toilets in the facility and the staff will assist in opening the door.

Access to Kuudes Linja events for the assistant of a person with disabilities or reduced mobility is always free of charge.

More information coming soon.


Please note that UrbanApa is an anti-racist and intersectionally feminist art platform whose purpose is to create space for multivoiced feminist and communal art making. We kindly ask you to familiarise yourself with our ethical guidelines: