Superbia is proud to present the Manchester premiere of the new documentary Deep in Vogue at The Refuge! Meet the filmmakers and cast and see epic performances from House of Ghetto, with an after-party of voguing & music from DJs Jae & Night, and Lil'Fee & Veba!
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.
The queer disco with a heart LOVE PARTY is back with the best LGBT disco, pop, dance and RnB DJs from the city's queer alt scene, live performances, an indoor Pride parade, a queer activism bazaar, pop-up cinema and way more still to be announced!
As official Partners of Manchester Pride 2019, Whitworth Locke is going big. Join on 24th for a packed day of curated homoelectric tunes, a series of live DJ acts and an impressive spread of great food and drink from partners Foundation Coffee, Conservatory Bar and El Camino. All day from 11AM 'till late, plus a Sunday acoustic session on 25th to wind down after Saturday's festivities.
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…!
To celebrate Manchester Pride, Manchester Museum will be hosting an afternoon of drag cabaret, curated and produced by Manchester-based drag queens, Family Gorgeous (who starred in the recent Channel 4 show, Drag SOS).
HOME will be celebrating Pride with a specially curated season of films, including the award-winning documentary Before Stonewall; an evening of queer voices and awe-inspiring writers, poets and activists with Penguin Pride; and, of course, we’ll be taking part in the Manchester Pride Parade on Sat 24 Aug.
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