The mighty High Hoops performs at this free daytime party to celebrate Pride weekend, PLUS there’s a VERY SPECIAL secret guest lined up for you!
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…!
After releasing three mind-bending mix-tapes and the EP “Hey” on Terrible, Le1f released his debut album Riot Boi in 2015 before following up with the self-released Blue Dream EP last year. This NYC based multidisciplinary artist will perform at Soup Kitchen on 14th July!
LIINES are Zoe McVeigh (vocals/guitar), Tamsin Middleton (bass) and Leila O’Sullivan (drums). The Manchester-based trio are a prominent band in the post-punk / new-wave scene, with comparisons ranging from Savages to PINS to Desperate Journalist. Their sound is an infectious, urgent and at times furious blend of Riot Grrrl, post-punk and alt-rock sounds which take in elements of their collective influences.
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.)
Calling all sinners out there... Manchester's all inclusive LGBTQ+ party is back this Easter Sunday for a night of music, art, performance and more. With three floors of hot gay club action packing out The Deaf Institute there's something for everyone:
Fresh sounds from two new outfits; Airborne Faggotry, featuring members of Faggot/The Potentials from that there London, and Passive Radiator, a two-piece adventure from Manchester's Handle.
This month's Supernature guest is DJ Paul Hughes from the Eclectic circus. Paul will be playing alongside Supernature residents, BB, Richie V, James Greenwood and Rob Jones.
Contralto uses the sound of transwomen’s voices to explore transfeminine identity and examines the intimate and peculiar relationship between gender and sound. This project exists in the space between experimental music and documentary and this will be the Manchester première.
This short talk by Abigail Ward will highlight keys moments in Jayne County’s life, whilst celebrating her enormous influence on glam, punk and 80s pop. It will feature previously unheard interview clips and of photos of her time in Manchester, courtesy of guitarist Paul Wainwright.