Come and get a free hug at the Manchester Parents Group stall at Levenshulme Pride. Saturday 18th August, 12.00-17.00 at The Klondyke.
Manchester Parents Group is a voluntary organisation which supports families and friends of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons (LGBT). We are all parents of lesbian, gay and bisexual sons and daughters and understand the confusion and questions you may have when when you first found out your child is gay.
I’m hoping to get together a small group of people who like drawing, to produce some work during Levenshulme Pride. We’ll meet at 6pm on the Friday evening at the Klondyke at the start of the Pride weekend, and then set out, drawing everything that goes on through the three days of fun and stuff – reconvening at 12 on the Sunday to see what we’ve produced in all our different media and styles. Who’s in?
We are delighted to announce that Dominic Berry will be performing at Levenshulme Pride.
Dominic is an internationally award-winning performance poet. He is 2017 Glastonbury Festival Poet in Residence, winner of 2017 Saboteur ‘Best Spoken Word Artist’ award and has toured his verse across USA, Canada, India, New Zealand, Australia, South America and Europe. His other awards include winning New York’s Nuyorican Poetry Cafe Slam, UK Superheroes of Slamand, as of 2017, seven Arts Council England Grants for the Arts awards.
When not travelling the world Dominic lives in Manchester.
Dominic will be appearing twice at Levenshulme Pride:
Saturday 18 August 19.30 at The Klondyke
Theatre show “I Can Make You Fail a Little Bit Less”
Sunday 19th August 11.00 at Arcadia Library and Leisure Centre
Performance for children and families. Full of energy, jokes and action this is storytelling at its best.