ArtReach through Journeys 2018 have teamed up with Lesbian Immigration Support Group (LISG) to bring you an evening celebrating diversity and the rights of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and refugees in Manchester, through live music from young Eritrean singer Neda Naser, great art, craft activities and a quiz.
'Love Is The Drug' returns on the 3rd Thursday of every month downstairs in the wonderful Tribeca.
Join the House Of Ghetto for their very 1st Tribeca take over!
Expect a night of high fashion, dance, song and storytelling like no other to fundraise for the House of Ghetto. They'll also be sharing an extract of their new show 'Sankofa Cabaret'.
Come along and celebrate this fabulous new show that features the biggest trans TV cast ever with the most sickening Vogue houses who slay the thriving Vogue Ball scene here in the North West of England. Watch the show as a communal experience and party before, during, in-between and after the episodes!
'Twink | Jock | Bear' is a new solo exhibition by Oliver Crabtree, a multidisciplinary visual artist who focuses on 'otherness' through a queer lens. Oliver explores ideas relating to queer theory, LGBT taxonomical structures, binarism and the body viewed through the gay/ queer gaze.
The Klub Kids team are back once again but this time with the winner of RuPauls Drag race All stars 2 winner - ALASKA.
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.
'Telling Tales' festival is in its second year, presented by Manchester Metropolitan University's Documentary Centre it will showcase the work of new, emerging and established documentarians from the UK and much further afield.
The Sexuality Summer School brings together postgraduates, researchers and international scholars along with artists, performers, filmmakers, and activists to facilitate discussions that speak to contemporary debates in queer and feminist sexuality studies with a clear emphasis on the interdisciplinary study of culture.
'Love Is The Drug' returns on the 3rd Thursday of every month downstairs in the wonderful Tribeca. Prepare for an evening of performance where LGBT people and those curious, explore sex, drugs and love
An evening of poetry, readings, performances, and music from some incredible trans artists to fundraise for Books Beyond Bars, a new project that aims to send books and other resources to incarcerated LGBT people in the UK.
A night of Voguing, hosted by the one and only Grace Oni Smith, presenting CRAZY P (LIVE), CVNT TR4XXX, THAT AMAZING THING! and DISCO MUMS.
Join The PHM and reflect on the impact of Section 28, 30 years since it was first passed into law. The event includes a screening of We Have Rather Been Invaded by film maker Ed Webb-Ingall, that looks at the legacy of Section 28, the role of activism, and our understanding of this piece of legislation today.
Manchester's feistiest LGBTQ+ party returns to The Deaf Institute for a Bank Holiday Easter Sunday riot. Venture out of The Gay Village and dip your toes into the weird and wonderful world of Bollox. With three floors of hot gay club action, there's something for everyone.
Join the LGBT Foundation for the metamorphosis of 'Let's Talk About Gay + Sex' as they turn a new chapter as 'Love Is The Drug'.