MANCHESTER PRIDE'S YEAR-ROUND CALENDAR OF CULTURAL EVENTS
CAPSID is a multimedia exhibition by British artist John Walter. Presenting a compelling, sometimes riotous and often surreal world, Walter explores how ideas pass from one source to another using the model of HIV as a means of exploring infection and replication.
Performance artist Travis Alabanza presents burgerz, an exploration of the act of survival, the way a body can dodge objects, and how a person is received, examined and dissected in public.
Join With One Voice for a festival to raise awareness of how important the arts is in the support of homeless people.
The Maids is a play of fantasies, rituals, masks and mirrors. Well ahead of its time, The Maids explodes with modern ideas about sexual and political outcasts, the inequality of society and the idea of gender as performance.
Join LGBT Foundation and The House of Decay for the inaugural SexWithoutShame Ball.
The Ball will celebrate vogue and ballroom culture whilst commemorating those we’ve lost to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The Ball also marks the start of National HIV Testing Week, ensuring that all people know their HIV status.
Join LGBT Foundation and Riot Barber for a Test & Trim event at RCNQ/Barber Below.
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Superbia Project manager Greg Thorpe looks back over our biggest Superbia Weekend ever…
September at Superbia! Check out our monthly newsletter to see what the first month of Autumn has in store for LGBT+ Manchester.
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.