Fringe Events

As well as our Sunday events, organisations within the community are also running their own events and getting involved in Huddersfield Pride!

Allah Loves Equality Documentary Screening

Allah Loves Equality documentary film poster

Made by a group of Pakistani and Italian activists, this film gives recognition and a voice to LGBTQ+ people living in Pakistan today – many of them Muslim – and explores the history of LGBTQ+ people within the country and within Islam.
Above all, this film exposes incredible hardships and incredible strength, and at its core says that, no matter society’s prejudices, you can be gay and Muslim.

Run by: The University of Huddersfield LGBTQ+ Society
Date: 01/06/2019
Time: 17:30-20:30
Location: Room OA7/31, Oastler Building, University of Huddersfield
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Bona School of Polari Workshop

Presented by Professor Nipper from the Bona School of Polari, this event is a free class in the once widely used secret language language of gay men and the wider LGBTQ+ community, developed in the midst of extreme persecution and prejudice. Expect a unique insight into the socio-cultural influences of this once widely-used parlance and some fantabulosa exercises!

Run by: Kirklees Libraries in association with West Yorkshire Queer Stories
Date: 01/06/2019
Time: 10:30-12:00
Location: Committee Room, Huddersfield Library
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Families Drop-In Activities Session

Especially designed for families, these activities are a great opportunity for kids to get involved in our programming. Bring your little ones along to this drop-in crafts session for them to make some badges and stickers using the colours of different Pride flags, giving them a chance to learn about different identities, get creative and have some fun!

Run by: Kirklees Libraries
Date: 01/06/2019
Time: 12:00-15:00
Location: Huddersfield Children’s Library
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In The Bones Theatre Production

Unable to reconnect the pieces of his life after returning from war, a young, gay soldier commits suicide. Starting at his funeral and spanning years on, this compelling and moving play uses both live action and filmed segments to explore the ongoing (and perhaps never-ending) process of dealing with profound loss through the eyes of his family and his boyfriend.

Run by: Root & Branch Productions
Date: 31/05/2019 and 01/06/2019
Time: 19:45-21:15
Location: The Lawrence Batley Theatre
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