As part of LGBT+ History Month 2022, this new play – The Beat of Our Hearts is playing at the Northcott Theatre from the 3rd to 5th February. Written by our friend, Natalie McGrath, the play is an exploration of lonliness and belonging. We can’t wait to attend the afternoon performance on Sat 5th Feb
With body and exercise in mind, the first on-line resource as part of LGBT History Month 2021 is the Rainbow Connections online trail. This virtual resource has been developed on the back of regular physical guided walks that took place before the covid 19 pandemic. The three-mile route runs from Stonehouse to the Barbican, stopping
A thought provoking talk by Dr Alan Butler exploring the rich life and histories from the Plymouth LGBTQ communities past and present. Dr Butler is one of the directors of Pride in Plymouth and also the curator of Plymouth’s LGBT community archive and exhibition as part of his Phd studies with Plymouth University. His PhD
Official Launch of the Plymouth Pride 2020 Programme Join us at our new home – Leadworks Warehouse, 170 Rendle Street on Saturday 1st February between midday and 4pm to see a revival of the Pride in Our Past Exhibition first shown in 2011. This will include new material collected since then, with aspects of the
Looking for LGBTQI people in maritime history. Come Along to See and hear about 300 years of queer history in the Royal and Merchant Navies.
On Sunday 28th February 2016 Pride in Plymouth teamed up with House Of Fraiser and Plymouth Pavilions supporting the main catwalk show. Our volunteers were given the opportunity to strut their stuff on the Catwalk to ensure same sex couples and trans people were included in the program. We coordinated 7 couples to take part
We’ll Meet in Moscow in partnership with Pride in Plymouth and the Barbican Theatre are delighted to present Four events on Sunday 28th February for LGBT History Month 2016. 1.30pm LGBT History Walk – Led by Dr. Alan Butler 4pm We’ll Meet in Moscow Scratch reading plus Q&A 6pm – In Other Words – rehearsed