After the success of last year’s Belfast Pride Comedy Night we thought we could take it up a notch this year. We’re just a little bit excited to invite you to join Mistress of Ceremonies, local comedian Gemma Hutton, even more local talent and a very special guest.
I have great pride for Belfast and am delighted to extend a warm welcome to everyone involved in this year’s Pride. The success of this festival is demonstrated by the fact that it gets bigger every year and going by the wide range of events outlined in the guide, this year will be no exception. Belfast is a city transformed…
Your vote gives you an equal say in the Westminster election on Thursday the 12th December but only if you are registered and have the right ID. It's easy to check up and you can register online in minutes, plan now to make yiour voice heard.
#VoteWithPride #RightsNow https://t.co/fui1SqcBU9
As part of the 'Cherrie, Me and HIV' documentary tonight on BBC1 and later on iPlayer, Matthew Cavan talks to Wendy Austin about her late brother and how she and her family coped as well as the ways he challenges the stigma here round HIV. BBC1 10.35pm #RightsNow https://t.co/kS5vfiQasN
The GALAS are the biggest LGBT+ Awards on the island of Ireland - they're back and nominations are open now! Belfast Pride won 'Event of the Year' last time, recognition that helps highlight the work that so many do for Equality here. Read more/ Nominate: https://t.co/grmpyuzUJ7 https://t.co/D43lHeai9h