Tag Archives: Pride

Peter Tatchell

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Many-year Battles Hating Peter Tatchell is a feature documentary about the profound life story of the controversial human rights campaigner whose provocative acts of civil disobedience rocked the establishment, revolutionised attitudes to homosexuality and exposed tyrants in the fight for equality. Peter has been a friend of Fyne since the early days, so we couldn’t […]

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Suberbia Spotlight Series

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Manchester Pride Supports 11 Local Talent With Series Of Commissions From Marginalised LGBTQ+ Artists And Communities  Visual art, dance, mental health, music and drag form a series of original pieces created by Manchester based artists in the midst of the 2020 global pandemic. Superbia, the year-round programme of arts and culture from Manchester Pride, continues […]

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Trans Rights are Human Rights and The Role of Pride in Race Equality

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Call for high powers and communicators to speak up amidst race and BAME discrimination as a mark of solidarity and to set an example of change as forum opens up conversations and discussions on key LGBTQ+ and BAME issues **Cancel Culture Is Damaging To Trans Rights** ** Juno Dawson -“The system in this country has […]

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LGBTQIA+ THEATRE FESTIVAL ‘TURN ON FEST’ TO RETURN JANUARY 2021

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Collaborative LGBTQIA+ Theatre festival to return after a successful launch 2020. Created in partnership with Hope Mill Theatre and Superbia it will explore themes of gender, sexuality and identity within the Greater Manchester sphere.  Hope Mill Theatre will once again, offer four local LGBTQIA+ artists the chance to be commissioned as part of the festival, with DEVELOPMENT GRANT applications […]

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What God Says I Am

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Passion, Fashion and the Plight of LGBTQ Refugees  Toby Hambly Lubega Adrac Musa, director of Lunko Haute Couture, speaks to me from a town south of Nairobi, but that’s not where he started life. He’s Ugandan, but was forced to leave the country when his sexuality was discovered. His voice is calm, delicate even, but his words carry unimaginable […]

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WIN! An Extensive Visual History of Gay Rights

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PRIDE: Fifty Years of Parades and Protests From the Photo Archives of The New York Times By The New York Times | Introduction by Adam Nagourney | Chapter Introductions by David Kaufman It began in New York City on June 28, 1969. When police raided the Stonewall Inn—a bar in Greenwich Village known as a […]

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“I Love Being Gay” – Conquering Demons and Celebrating Pride

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Sam Bennett talks to R12’s Stu Fenton and Casey Lucarelli about addiction in the queer community and the meaning of Pride.  Why is addiction such a problem for the queer community? I ask Connecticut-born Casey Lucarelli, primary therapist at R12, the rehab facility in Northern Thailand specifically for LGBT+ people. “The community as a whole experiences a lot of internalised […]

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Fly the Flag with Budweiser

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Budweiser is proud to announce the launch of its Fly the Flag campaign, which will support Pride’s mission in championing and supporting every group within the LGBT+ community. After months of working closely with Pride in London, Budweiser has created a campaign that will champion the diversity within the LGBT+ community, giving everyone’s individual identities […]

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Madonna to Make Appearance at WorldPride NYC 2019 | Stonewall 50

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“I hear you,” said Madonna in the video, while draped in one of her Madame X Rainbow Flags, “I will be on Pride Island, where I was born.” Madonna will debut, “Dark Ballet” on June 7 from her highly anticipated 14th studio album Madame X. The album will be released globally on June 14 from Live […]

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BohooMan Pride Collection

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Online fashion retailer boohooMAN will be launching their third Pride collection. This year, the capsule has been designed to empower, support and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community by offering a wide range of trend led designs appealing to people from all walks of life – both inside and outside of the community. The inspiration behind the […]

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Welsh University of the Year 2022

Cardiff University has been named Welsh University of the Year in The Times & The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022. […]

Where could a career with the MDP take you?

The Ministry of Defence Police delivers a specialist armed policing service, to protect the nation’s defences and national infrastructure. From […]

Fighting With Pride: Cenotaph

LGBT+ veterans to remember the fallen at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday for the first time .  It has been announced that […]

PALAVER Festival

A pioneering new LGBTQ+ arts festival specifically for children and families comes to Cambridge Junction 10am-5pm, Thursday 28th October, 2021.    Fatt Projects and Cambridge Junction present PALAVER Festival, […]

WE ARE READY TO OPEN ONCE MORE!

MONDAY 20 – SATURDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2021   The iconic hit musical Priscilla has more glitter than ever before, featuring a dazzling array […]

Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert

At the New Theatre Oxford until Saturday 28 th August A standing ovation is how Priscilla Queen of the Desert concluded last […]

Glow Your Own

Cj Zangerle Murray is an Argentine/English queer, trans, visual artist, musician and educator based in the North East, with an […]

From Caliban to Batman

Shakespeare and superheroes with Inua Ellams Born in Nigeria, Inua Ellams is a UK-based poet, playwright and performer who has written for […]

Illustrating LGBTQ+ Lives

Didcot’s Cornerstone Arts Centre have been working with illustrator Jess Bolam to shine a light on the experiences of Oxfordshire’s LGBTQ+ community. Following a series of […]

Lucy Spraggan On Choices, Childhood and Chocolate

English Singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan has come a long way since appearing on the X-Factor back in 2012. Now approaching the release of her […]