The first big Pride festivals of the year have started and we were happy to represent Belfast Pride this weekend in the brilliant sunshine at Dublin Pride. You can follow the link below to find out more and see some photos from the day. We are putting the final touches to the Belfast Pride Festival programme…
On Thursday 31st of July in The MAC, Amnesty International’s annual Belfast Pride event will host Ireland’s favourite gender discombobulist, the wonderful Panti Bliss. Earlier this year Panti took to the stage of Dublin’s Abbey Theatre to stand up against Homophobia and soon after her speech went viral online attracting over half a million…
The sun is struggling today so far but we Have A Dream that it won’t be a problem on this Sunday evening in July – you might even need sunglasses to protect your Angel Eyes…Ahem. You can plan to enjoy your picnic at City Hall or come in to town and get something to eat…
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Just one week to go until Belfast Pride opens on Friday 28th July with the Launch and Belfast Pride Awards in Belfast City Hall to start ten packed days of Belfast Pride 2017.
Get your Official Festival Guide across the city now now or pick some up from the Belfast Pride Centre: http://bit.ly/2txsiJR
You can also see the Official Festival Guide online now at:
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