As the UK marks 30 years since the introduction of the of Section 28, which banned the promotion of queer lifestyles in schools – we should all be questioning how much we know about queer liberation history.
Manchester Pride’s year round calendar of cultural events, Superbia, is holding a unique Q&A event with some of the city’s most talented female performers and theatre-makers.
Thomas Cook Airlines has announced today it will be returning as headline sponsor of Manchester Pride’s The Big Weekend. As well as sponsoring the four day event, the Manchester based airline will also be sponsoring the Main Stage - renamed the Thomas Cook Airlines Stage in honour of its continued partnership with the Charity - which has seen the likes of Danni Minogue, Clean Bandit, Melanie C, Example, Louisa Johnson and Heather Small perform to thousands of festival goers.
Fresh from schooling the nation on being beyond the binary, we’re excited to announce that Courtney Act will be making an appearance at National Student Pride.
London Short Film Festival (LSFF) celebrating its 15th year, LSFF is a vital moment in the UK film calendar, a beacon of inclusive and ground-breaking film-making from a diverse range of backgrounds.
Vulnerable young LGBT+ people are still getting kicked out of their homes when they come out – and it is destroying their lives.
Superbia, Manchester Pride’s year round calendar of cultural lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) events, is bringing the internationally renowned craze Drag Queen Story Time to Manchester for the first time this December.
The charity Manchester Pride announces the date and entertainment for its fourth annual spring fundraiser - Thursday 17th May 2018.
Aberdeen will host its inaugural gay pride parade next summer.
Gender and identity is examined in a new art piece and performances at Bury Art Museum on Thursday 7 October (7-9pm).