The Superbia Weekend: Saturday
No 70 Oxford Street, MMU, M1 5NH
26th August 2017 @ 01:00pm
Here’s our exciting line-up for Saturday of The Superbia Weekend:
2pm: Post Pride Parade Arty Party with Seleena Laverne Daye.
Art workshop for all ages. After the Manchester Pride Parade, bring along your Parade souvenirs, costumes and paraphernalia or any arts and crafts goodies and our resident artist Seleena will help you transform them into a growing Pride sculpture to commemorate a special day. Ideal for kids.
4pm: An audience with Phyll Opoku-Gyimah of UK Black Pride.
Hosted by Rainbow Noir, Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, co-founder and director of UK Black Pride talks about the origins of Black Pride and the goals and aims of this important British institution, including film footage and Q&A.
5.30pm: Panel: LGBT artists of colour.
Writer and performer Adam Beyonce Lowe hosts a panel discussion sharing stories and experiences from a talented array of LGBT artists. Special guests are: performer and poet, Travis Alabanza; choreographer, dancer, writer, producer, mother of the House of Ghetto and co-director of Black Gold Arts Festival, Darren Pritchard; filmmaker and artist, Sandi Hughes; and textile and zine artist Seleena Laverne Daye.
7.30pm: Superbia Cinema.
A diverse selection of LGBT short films including ‘UnChechen’, ‘Gay Scouse and Black Glory’ by Sandi Hughes, ‘Mum’ with Kate O'Donnell and new short, ‘Tellin’ Dad’ starring Ricky Tomlinson.
8pm: Superbia Cabaret!
Live LGBT entertainment with very special guest, performer and poet,Travis Alabanza, plus satirical drag from Eva Serration, music and more.
Plus community stalls, a pop-up bookshop from Aspidistra Books and tasty refreshing mocktails.
Check out the other weekend line-ups here: