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.
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.
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!
In 2018, Sapphormation aims to celebrate the defiance of the suffragettes and the women who stood as candidates. Sapphormation provides the opportunity to come together to remember these women, but also to celebrate with workshops, art, crafts and poetry that honours defiant women who love women.
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!
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.
Using devising, theory and discussion, this practical workshop will explore the theories and techniques that underpin Milk Presents’ unique queer performance practice. This workshop is for anyone wanting to explore queer performance and gender.
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.
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.
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.
Positively Speaking is a project from George House Trust which supports and trains people living with HIV, empowering them to share their stories, with the ultimate goal of educating and combatting HIV stigma. By sharing their unique experiences in creative ways, the diverse group of Positive Speakers have been able to transform those experiences into courageous and valuable tools for change.