Reverend David McIlveen of Sandown Road Free Presbyterian Church, long standing opponent of the Belfast Pride Parade, is joining local politicians from SDLP, Ulster Unionists, Alliance, Sinn Fein and Senator David Norris, Republic of Ireland presidential candidate, for the annual “Pride Talks Back” debate at the Europa hotel on Monday 26th of July at 8pm…
//// PRESS RELEASE \ Belfast Pride, Ireland’s LARGEST lesbian, gay and transgender festival has welcomed the local endeavours of two motoring enthusiasts as they attempt to raise funds for local charities through the most strangest of ways. Little Fiat Big Adventure are raising Funds for a range of charities including the HIV Support Centre and the Northern Ireland…
Just a quick reminder that tickets are now on sale for the official Launch Night Party for Belfast Pride 2010. Held in Queens Film Theatre on Saturday 24th July, with a wine reception starting at 8.15pm, the Launch Night will be a great opportunity to find out more about what is coming up in this year’s festival. We…
Here's a great set of photos from Pride Day from Kremlin covering the biggest Belfast Pride parade ever and some of the action from the packed Kremlin Stage in Custom House Square where we celebrated the best of local LGBT+ talent with the biggest line up of LGBT+ talent seen in Belfast and an all LGBT+ line up of presenters - Sonya Mac, Matthew Cavan / Cherrie Ontop, Conleth Kane and Gareth Woods.
❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 PRIDE PARADE & PARTY IN THE SQUARE 2019
Belfast Pride shared an album.
Linda Duncan-Browne some of what we missed xQuentin Thomas
It's the last day of our photography exhibition, 'RightsNow' by Callum McCourt - a set of large scale portraits of LGBT+ people in Belfast talking about themselves, their rights and their lives. It's personal, moving and touching. See it until 4.30, free, just call in. #RightsNow https://t.co/o1OzD9ao5u
Visibility at Belfast Pride for teachers and unions like INTO is important in helping make schools safer for LGBT+ pupils. Inclusive RSE in schools makes LGBT+ Young People feel safer, helps them prepare for the future and tackles bullying. This article explains more: