Here’s five places in Central Manchester where you can find some peace and quiet this summer…
‘One of the most significant celebrations of LGBT life’: Manchester Pride set for stellar 2019 event
Manchester Pride aims to be a consumer-driven, community-led event in future after an open attendance consultation earlier this week helped shape its future.
Over 12,000 people made it along to Sparkle 2016 in the second weekend of July, up from ten thousand at last year’s event, but visibility, awareness and education remain key to the trans community making further inroads in society.
Tony Lloyd has urged Greater Manchester to show solidarity this World AIDS Day against discrimination, prejudice and hatred aimed at HIV sufferers.
Manchester’s Village Business Association has issued a call to arms for any green-fingered clean freaks willing to get their hands dirty to come and join the big clean-up of the Gay Village.
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.
Band On The Wall is in the running for NME’s Best Small Venue competition
IN PICTURES: Poignant candlelit vigil marks end of Manchester Pride 2012 in tribute to those lost to HIV
George House Trust Candlelit Vigil was held in Sackville Gardens last night.
‘Louder, prouder and more ‘out’ than ever before’: Your definitive guide to Manchester Pride’s Big Weekend 2012
Your guide to Manchester Pride.
Manchester Pride 2012 launches with Queer’d Science theme in honour of gay WW2 code-breaker Alan Turing
This year’s Manchester Pride festival theme ‘Queer’d Science’ will be held in commemoration of gay computer science genius and code-breaking hero Alan