LGBTQ

Manchester has a thriving lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community and convivial nightlife.

Meet the up-and-coming Manchester band that’s played the Royal Albert Hall

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Indie band Elephant Trees have had quite the successful start to their career since moving to Manchester last year. The four piece group making waves...

Review: Closets at Hope Mill Theatre

With Madonna’s celebrating her 60th birthday, it’s apt that her hits blare out at you as you take your seat for a new musical...

It’s gin, gin and more gin at this iconic Gay Village...

Gin is firmly at the heart of Iconic. The bar on Richmond Street has embraced the juniper and is slowly filling all of its back bar...

Meet the Mancunians starring in the UK’s first ever bisexual dating...

The Bi Life is a ten-part dating series which follows a group of bisexual or questioning British singletons on an adventure to explore their sexuality...

Everyone is welcome: LGBT-friendly wrestling show comes to Manchester

When you think of classic wrestling personalities such as Hulk Hogan, The Rock and ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, a certain image comes to mind....

DJ’s, dancefloors and drag queens: a clubber’s guide to a night...

Canal Street is arguably one of the most iconic parts of our wonderful city, attracting revellers from all around the world. It has become one...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Mark Fletcher, CEO Manchester Pride

Mark Fletcher is one of the busiest bees in Manchester right now. He has been CEO of Manchester Pride for more than four years and...

Fame, drugs and tabloid scandal: how this Corrie star’s life turned...

Moston, Manchester, 1992. Christian Dibmore is a working-class 15-year-old who’s got it all as the newest child star in the nation’s favourite soap. But...

Meet the man behind Manchester’s Queer Media Festival – the only...

Jamie Starboisky is the founder of Manchester’s Queer Media Festival, the only festival of its kind in the UK. The aim is to inspire...

Manchester Pride’s first ever LGBT+ conference champions work done and sets...

This week, Manchester Pride held its first LGBT+ conference to champion and challenge the vital work done by the city and set the agenda...

The New York Times lists Manchester as one of the most...

The New York Times has recommended Manchester as one of six LGBT-friendly places to visit in its Where To Go Now travel column. Frequent New...

Manchester theatre to stage international premiere of WWII gay love story

The international premiere of a wartime love story with a twist opens in Manchester next month. Yank! is a musical in the Rodgers and Hammerstein tradition. The...

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