The decision was made after months of uncertainty and debate as to where the event, usually held in the Gay Village, will take place.
A propaganda war has been playing out in Manchester’s iconic Gay Village since the beginning of October.
Let Me Look At You is a one man show performed by 54-year-old comic and actor Mark Pinkosh, exploring the passing of an intergenerational torch from one generation of gay men to the next.
Tackling HIV… Mayor Andy Burnham’s £1million pledge as Manchester joins Fast-Track Cities initiative
Great Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham unveiled a £1million plan to prevent new infections of HIV in Manchester in the next 25 years at the candlelit vigil which closed Gay Pride 2018.
Manchester Pride weather forecast revealed – should we expect a rainy washout or another scorching heatwave?
The LGBT community are set to experience sunny skies at Manchester Pride – but temperatures won’t match up to those witnessed in the recent heatwave.
Manchester Pride moving AWAY from Canal Street as developments force LGBT community out of Gay Village
Manchester Pride has been forced out of Canal Street – as developments nudge the LGBT community away from the iconic Gay Village.
An exclusive Pride Star Martini has been launched across seven cities ahead of Manchester Pride.
Last year, the borough hosted its first ever Stockport Pride – a free one day festival celebrating the borough’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) community.
Manchester’s LGBT community have been sent green with envy at the news that Britney Spears will play at Brighton Pride.
Australian Open 2018: Kate Richardson-Walsh says Margaret Court has gone too far with ‘demonising’ LGBT comments
Kate Richardson-Walsh, Olympic gold medallist and prominent LGBT campaigner, condemned Margaret Court’s “demonisation” of the transgender community.