MANCHESTER PRIDE'S YEAR-ROUND CALENDAR OF CULTURAL EVENTS
Weekly free screenings of films by Stephen Cone, with Skype Q&As with the director himself.
Written by multi-award winning playwright Stephen M Hornby, The Adhesion of Love tells the extraordinary true story of how an architect’s assistant from Bolton crossed the Atlantic in 1891 to meet the visionary queer poet Walt Whitman.
Invisible Women is a new short film (25mins) about two extraordinary women: Angela Cooper and Luchia Fitzgerald who have spent the last 50 years working in Manchester and Salford transforming the lives of thousands of women and LGBTQ people.
Talk and Q&A surrounding LGBT+ representation featuring Ella Otomewo, Laurie Williams and Greg Thorpe.
From the Rebel Dyke Project: this showing is part of LGBTQ+ history month, tracing 40 years of Pride from the perspective of those outside of conventional margins.
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We are pleased to develop our relationship with the Sexuality Summer School (SSS) at the University of Manchester by offering two annual Superbia Scholarships to the value of £175 each, to enable students to attend the Sexuality Summer School who might not otherwise be able to.
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Superbia Project manager Greg Thorpe looks back over our biggest Superbia Weekend ever…
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We’d like to invite you to a very special launch evening for The Superbia Weekend 2017, taking place at No.70 Oxford St with our friends from Rainbow Noir and UK Black Pride.