To celebrate the life and achievements of Rainbow Noir and to further the project of visibility for LGBTQI people of colour in our city, Rainbow Noir present a month-long exhibition at Manchester Central Library, produced by Rainbow Noir in partnership with Superbia at Manchester Pride.
Our annual celebration of LGBT+ culture as part of Manchester Pride. Deep In Vogue, live theatre, art, yoga, cinema programme, Queers Without Beets, Rainbow Noir exhibition at Manchester Central Library, and a celebration of all things bi for Biphoria’s 25th birthday. Join us…!
Amidst all the parties, it is important to remember that Pride started as, and should always be a protest.
The Wellcome Trust and Aids Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) invite you to ‘AIDSTRAVAGANZA - AIDS, Art and Activism - We Are Still Not Silent!’
Pride in Trafford is a new initiative for 2019, a partnership between the Mayor of Trafford, Trafford Council and Waterside Arts. The collective have curated a series of events to celebrate and explore identity and LGBTQ+ life in Trafford, to coincide with IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.)
‘Ten Stories from Ten Boroughs - a celebration of Pride in Practice’, is a small photographic exhibition to launch a new photo book from LGBT Foundation.
An exhibition celebrating gender and sexuality!
Expect to see; sculpture, painting, performance and photography by various artists - Emma Rosson, Eve Yianni, Libby Gilks, Jack Spittle, James collar, kyle wynne and rae hesketh there will also be music, wine and at least one drag queen!
The second annual Day With(out) Art supports, curates and celebrates cultural events across Greater Manchester that are using creativity to turn attention towards HIV and AIDS for World AIDS Day. Theatre, film, art, clubs, conversations and more are all featured. Please support these fantastic events and use the hashtag #DayWithoutArtMcr
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.