A Non-Scene Guide to Liverpool Pride

A Non-Scene Guide to Liverpool Pride

We’re here, we’re queer and we’re proud. Pride is both a protest and a celebration for LGBTQ+ folks. That means this weekend should be a time for all of us to live our best queer lives.

So while the pop party of the main stage and the the gay scene’s nightclubs might not be to everyone’s fancy, we’re lucky there is an exciting alternative queer scene right here in our city.

Here’s our round-up to the best non-scene events taking place at this year’s Pride in Liverpool weekend.

Friday

Pride X Tate: Liverpool Tate celebrates Pride weekend by staying open late with talks, workshop, music and food. There will also be FREE enter to the Keith Haring exhibition.

The Gallery: The fabulous DuoVision present a gorgeous new exhibition exploring the visual impact of model and muse Scarlett Cannon. There are going to be some V. VIPs attending the launch night!

Drag Cabaret with Filla Crack: Expect cocktails, cabaret, tasty scran and big sing-a-longs at this camp extravaganza hosted by Liverpool’s first lady Ms Filla Crack at the Everyman Theatre.

God Save The Queers: The alternative Pride party, hosted by Beers for Queers, EAT ME! and Mersey Bears. Billed as being for queers who want liberation not assimilation, revolution not rainbow capitalism. We’re in!

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Saturday

March with us: Want to march at Liverpool Pride but you’re not affiliated to a club and don’t work for the sponsors? March with us! There are over 100 people signed-up already. Pride is a protest and we’ll be making sure that everyone knows that we’re queer and here, always.

Punk Pride: From 4pm, we’ve teamed up with our friends at Lovelocks Coffee Shop to present Punk Pride: A DIY, queer with a capital Q evening of good music, good people and good times. All wrapped in an 8-stripe rainbow flag!

Sonic Yootha: Liverpool’s biggest and boldest queer party night is back for a Pride special. From 9pm until early the next morning at 24 Kitchen Street.

Sunday

Open Table: Open Table Liverpool and Liverpool Cathedral are joining forces to host a reflective Post-Pride service. Come as you are.

 

What you wearing?

Check out our limited edition Pride merch collective.

 

Wishing you a loud and proud Pride in Liverpool weekend,

With queer hugs from your friends at Liverpool Queer Collective x x <3

Queer Liverpool Round-Up // August 2019

Queer Liverpool Round-Up // August 2019

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