Queer Liverpool Round-Up // February 19
February is factually the most rubbish month of the year*. And here at Liverpool Queer Collective we’ve started in a rubbish way, by delivering this round-up late! By the time you read this, loads of lovely queer events have already happened this month (eeekkk, hope you didn’t miss them). But there is much, much more to come…
Behold, what’s queer and here this month? Check our calendar for the full round-up of alternative LGBTQ+ events in Liverpool.
Beers for Queers is back for 2019 and we sure have missed it! This chilled monthly social that promises “Boss times for boss people” is held at District on Thursday 7 February.
There’s more queering of the Baltic Triangle when Sonic Yootha presents, “My Bloody Valentine” at 24 Kitchen Street on Saturday night.
Scouse queer royalty Queen Zee release their debut album this month and there’s a big party to celebrate on Sunday 10 February.
The Museum of Liverpool is a hub for LGBT History Month and will run a day of activities on Saturday 23 February.
Are you looking for a chilled, creative space to meet and make friends with other LGBTQ+ folk? We’ve got you. Queer Hub is back and we’ll be at the Walker Art Gallery on Sunday 24 February, looking at art and making zines. We’d love to see you there x
*This “fact” may have been invented by our writer #FakeNews