Saturday 11th March, 1-4pm
Bring along anything you want to swap, CDs, DVDs, Games, Clothes…
Jacket potatoes, chilli and snacks will be served.
Come down to the Equity Centre for games night. Games include pool, cards, board games, dominos and many more! Or you could even bring your favourite game along and show us how to play!
All LGBT people welcome.
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Celebrations in Bradford will be held 3-12 March 2017. A full programme of event highlights can be found here.
The Lavender Cafe Winter Ball went off without a hitch (although a few bruised toes!) on Saturday night. Some photos from the evening are included below.
Pennine Domestic Violence Group based in Huddersfield are undertaking some research which is aimed at LGB and T* people living in Kirklees YOU DON’T HAVE TO HAVE EXPERINCED DOMESTIC ABUSE to fill it in and the questionnaire can be accessed following this link http://pdvg.org/lgb-t/. The completed questionnaires to be returned by mid-February 2017.
The Lord Mayor today raised the LGB and Trans flags in Centenary Square to celebrate the beginning of LGBT History Month.
Two undergraduate students from the University of Exeter are conducting research investigating the impacts of stigma amongst gay men as part of their final year project. Their project is being supervised by Dr David Doyle, a research leader in the area of stigma and sexual minorities.
The short survey can be accessed via https://exetercles.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0CE7tQwZZdIN4FL. Not only will participants be helping combat stigma and prejudice by taking part, but they will also have the chance to win one or two £50 amazon vouchers.
Bradford’s reputation as a welcoming and progressive city is both well deserved and good for everyone.
The Pride Awards will thank some of the people who help to build our city’s reputation at the same time as they help people from the LGBT community.
You can nominate someone for a Pride award, and the winners will be decided by a panel made up of representatives from the LGBT community, the Council and West Yorkshire Police.
Awards will be presented at a ceremony in City Hall on 22nd February during an evening of entertainment.
For more information and a link to the nomination form visit: http://lgbtbradford.co.uk/highlights/the-bradford-pride-awards/
Celebrate LGBT History Month at Leeds City Museum with this FREE programme of films, stalls, activities and talks organised by Leeds Queer Film Festival on 18 February 2017 11-3pm. All are welcome to come along and get involved!
A selection of films on LGBT History from past festivals will be screened and there will be a panel discussion on local LGBT history.
There’ll be stalls of various local LGBT community groups so that you can find out about the great long-running and more recent LGBT support groups, campaigning groups and social groups in our city. This will be a great opportunity to find out about the work they do, how to get involved, support them, or how to get access to services you need.
There will also be various activities and workshops so you can tell your own story or just have some fun! They’ll all be on a drop-in basis throughout the day. Workshops will include:
Create DIY short films with Leeds Queer Film Festival FREE two day workshop for beginner film makers on Saturday 11th and 18th Feb at Leeds City Museum. Learn how to write, create, film and edit your own short film using your smart phone.
This workshop is for anybody over 18 who identifies as queer and has an interest in films. You do not need to have any experience. Participants will be using their smartphone to create short films with any completed ones to be shown at Leeds Queer Film Festival in March.
For more information and to book a place, visit the Leeds Queer Film Festival website at: http://leedsqueerfilmfest.wixsite.com/lqff/film-making-workshop
New Bollywood Zumba classes will be starting on Saturday 11th Feb from 11am-12pm. All LGBT people welcome. Why not come try this new fitness class with a difference! A perfect way to met new friends! Sessions will cost £3.50.
For more information call 01274 727759, 07914 921610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
February is LGBT History Month. As well as all our regular meet ups, there will be a number of additional events. Below is a brief summary, and for more details you can contact Rachel on 01274 727759 or email@example.com.
1st – 4th Febuary
‘OUT’ – A New Play at 7.30pm, Bradford Playhouse
Tuesday 7th February
Non-Binary and Intersex session 1:15-2:15pm, Bradford College
Thursday 16th February
Trans awareness session 10-11am, Bradford College
Wednesday 22nd February
Bi Awareness Event 6.30 – 8.30pm, Equity Centre, presentation by Emily, Leeds Bi Group
Thursday 23rd February
Working Positively with LGB People (Training for Agencies) 10 – 4, Equity Centre, Equity Partnership and Mesmac.
Saturday 25th February
Sub Rang and Spice History Month Party – 6 – 10pm, Equity Centre
Saturday 25th February
Priscilla Queen of the Delius, 7pm – Late, Delius Arts & Cultural Centre
Wednesday 8th March
LGB&T and Adoption & Fostering Event, 6.30 – 8.30pm, Equity Centre
Saturday 25 Feb, 7pm – Late (10.30 onwards 18+)
The Delius Arts & Cultural Centre, BD7 1AA.
Tickets from http://www.drunkenfilmfest.com/shop
Warm up your glittery cockles this February and join us for PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DELIUS EXPERIENCE, the ultimate get away from the winter blues. Make your way through the chilly night to the warm oasis that is the Delius Arts & Cultural Centre!
Happening on Saturday 25th February as part of LGBT History Month this movie night experience will have a whole host of warming activities including themed food, drinks, décor and drag entertainment, competitions and after party. Step into a winter wonderland like you’ve never seen before.
1st – 4th February 2017, 7.30pm
Tickets available via http://studioat.co.uk
OUT is a new play by Pride Arts, a new theatre company, that has been written, collated and directed by Artistic Director Joseph Burke.
OUT is the story of 5 people and their journey through coming out as LGBTQ.
Comedy, tragedy, Peter Pan and Holby City.
It’s not always straight forward.
The Executive’s budget and Council tax proposals for the next two financial years have been published. You can read the proposals on the Bradford Council website and have your say in their online consultation.
The consultation closes on Sunday 12 February 2017 so that your views can be included in the reports to Executive and Full Council shortly afterwards.