A powerful exhibition by Manchester based photographer Allie Crewe, whose work is "highly rated, sincere, poignant and classical.”
This taster class is aimed at the LGBT+ community who want to try ballroom and latin dancing for the very first time! You’ll be learning the basics of a Slow Waltz and the Cha Cha Cha in one hour.
Come along to the launch of the comic book 'Drawing in Drag by Marie Duval', a first look at the exhibition, and hear author and artist Simon Grennan in conversation with Christopher Breward.
Join artists Brigid Elva and Cherry Styles for a hands-on zine workshop. Make your own zine or comic to take away with a little inspiration from some of Salford Zine Library's favourite queer titles.
Alternating between 1958 and 2008, The Pride examines changing attitudes to sexuality, looking at intimacy, identity and the courage it takes to be who you really are. It celebrates the ideals of gay pride and challenges ideas of shame and the worth we put on ourselves.
In this free event – the first of two seminars aimed at the LGBT community – Kuits family law and surrogacy expert Michael Gregory and specialist barrister Marisa Allman will be looking in detail at the surrogacy process from start to finish, covering all of the practicalities and things you may have not thought about.
In this free event – the second of two seminars aimed at the LGBT community – Kuits family law expert Michael Gregory and specialist barrister Marisa Allman will be covering everything intended parents need to know about the process of donor-conceived children.
Bullish pits ancient mythology against modern gender navigation to furiously disrupt, traverse and rewrite the rule book. Stepping into the ring with a gender fierce ensemble of hopers and renegades, Bullish is a story about packing, passing, and gambling your way out of the labyrinth.
Something fabulous this way comes! A Musical journey from URSULA to ELPHABA. Known as the witching hour, and when daylight and darkness are almost equal, it is at the Equinox when the diva is unleashed. This Halloween, you are invited to Velma's lair to celebrate all her favourite bitching witches!
Drag Queen Story Time aims to capture the imagination and fun of the gender fluidity of childhood, while giving children a positive queer role model.
The Nightbus will be reading the story of Nimesh the Adventurer, written by Ranjit Singh. Nimesh is walking home from school, except there happens to be a shark in the corridor… and a dragon in the library!
September's FREE skills workshop for self-identifying lesbian and bi women* is on sound and drawing, delivered by local artist Rosanne Robertson.
Discussion seated in small groups in a safe non judgemental environment organised by We Stand Together as part of a monthly series of dialogues.
A weekend of premieres, firsts, new work and LGBTQIA celebrations for Manchester Pride! This year The Superbia Weekend is bigger and bolder than ever. Our programme includes a diverse array of premieres and firsts, including film screenings, cabaret, conversation, community workshops, new art and our free post-Pride Parade party. Read on...!
On Thursday 23rd August 2018, Rovers Return meets Crazy Pedro’s NQ as beloved Coronation Street cast members join forces with Pedro’s to raise money for Manchester Pride. Fans are invited to take on the Corrie Class of ’18 in a quiz to find out who knows more about the drama that goes down in Weatherfield.
To help celebrate Manchester Pride, Gay City Bowlers are hosting a Pride Week Charity Fundraiser.
The event will take place in the private bowling room at All Star Lanes on Deansgate, where there'll be access to a private bar and lanes.
Adam Lowe leads a creative writing workshop on Polari and LGBT slang. Using the colourful lingo of Polari, Gayle and drag culture, Adam will encourage you to create your own poems and fiction, and reclaim a vibrant part of our heritage.
Creative Writing Session with Young Identity at Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art.
Local composer and conductor, Michael Betteridge, brings his latest music-theatre offering to Manchester fresh from its successful run in Reykjavik, Iceland where it gained the attention of the national press. Combining opera, theatre and live projections, this interactive work redefines what opera is in the digital age of the 21st century.
Join Manchester’s male voice choir The Sunday Boys for their much-anticipated summer gig for an evening of music, singing and celebration as they reflect on their relationship with Manchester and the journey their beloved city has taken them on.
Eta Carina explores the artists queer narratives of isolation, loss and disengagement through a dreamscape infused fantasy. Utilising original music, costume and film the show will give a glimpse of a galaxy through a wormhole and offer a camp perspective to dark matters.