Village Manchester FC are the Gay Village’s resident football club. They’re 20 years old, and in that time have maintained success on the field whilst being all-inclusive off it. Mancunian Matters looks inside the club that represents so much for Manchester’s gay footballers.
The decision was made after months of uncertainty and debate as to where the event, usually held in the Gay Village, will take place.
‘Hate crime has a huge impact’: LGBT community set for Gay Village vigil to ‘make sure voices are heard’
LGBT hate crime victims will be commemorated at a rousing vigil at the heart of Manchester’s Gay Village on Tuesday evening.
Everyone thinks I’m a woman! Brave Manchester model abused on Grindr and turned away from Canal Street bars
A male Manchester model, who has suffered a life of alienation and been the victim of abuse on Grindr, is accusing Canal Street bars of discrimination
Manchester’s famous gay village is not in decline despite being noticeably quieter, according to former BBC Apprentice star Sanjay Sood-Smith.
S-T-R-A-I-G-H-T-gate scandal: Fury at Manchester’s G-A-Y bar over ‘do you look gay enough?’ door policy
G-A-Y’s members-only door policy has been slammed by punters who claim they have been turned away for ‘not looking gay enough’.
Manchester has seen a significant rise in local Pride events set to go ahead this summer with four shows building the anticipation for August’s city-centre spectacular
For this year’s event the team has made the application process simpler, given volunteers greater control of their shifts, and renamed them to capture the essence of Pride
Queerchester culture project will make ‘everybody a superstar’ to raise funds for Gay Village activities
Charity Community Organisers are aiming to make ‘everybody a superstar’ with the new Queerchester project.
The Canal Street festival, the Village People Weekend, will see the great and the good from Manchester’s most celebrated LGBT postcode turn out to have some bank holiday fun and raise some money for HIV charities.
Car-free party zone: Manchester’s Gay Village set for pedestrianisation at weekends to protect revellers
Starting tonight, Manchester’s Gay Village will be a car-free zone.