The Section 28 March - 30 Years On
by Manchester Library and Information Service
19th February 2018 @ 06:00pm
Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Manchester March against Section 28 - still the largest LGBT march in this country. Head to Manchester Central Library to hear how this event was organised, who spoke and performed at the rally and the concert that followed. See some of the archive items and film footage from the event.
The national march, rally and festival on 20 February 1988 attracted 20,000 people, filling Albert Square outside the Town Hall. In the evening a festival of entertainment took place at the Free Trade Hall.
If you were on the march, come and tell your own story!
This event is free but booking is required.
Manchester Central Library, St Peters Square, M2 5PD