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Getting social away from the gay scene

Rob Wilson

With all the news these days of LGB&T bars closing down due to lack of business, we’re very fortunate in Leeds to still have a thriving group of bars on Lower Briggate. From the ultra stylish Bar Fibre, the young (after all, it’s just a state of mind)& fun in Queens Court through to the pop party crowd in Viaduct ...

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Leeds Pride 2015!

Rob Wilson

Over the last 9 years Leeds Pride has grown to become a big player on the calender of events in the city, with in excess of 30,000 visitors estimated to have participated in the event in 2014. There’s no doubt that the upward trend of attendees will continue as the success of Leeds Pride keeps bringing more people into the ...

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IDAHOBiT 2015 – International day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia

On May 16th, Leeds will be celebrating the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia for the first time as a city. This will be a fun, inclusive day for everyone, celebrating the diversity of our city’s communities and promoting our zero tolerance towards Hate Crime of any kind. We will have a wide variety of events throughout the day ...

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Policing with Pride

Policing with Pride – an opportunity to discuss LGBT issues in policing To coincide with LGB&T History Month, West Yorkshire Police is hosting a dedicated web chat offering members of the public the opportunity to speak with representatives from the Force about LGBT issues. The web chat, ‘Policing with Pride – an opportunity to discuss LGBT issues in policing’, is ...

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LoveLGBT* History Month events at Leeds Becketts University

Leeds Beckett University is hosting a series of events to help showcase and celebrate LGBT* History Month. All events will be taking place on their City Campus. Events are open to everyone, with no requirement to book in advance. This year they’re doing a 100% Love Campaign theme in helping to celebrate and promote the Diversity within our LGBTQ* Community, as well ...

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Roots and Fruits supporting World AIDS Day 2014

Rob Wilson

Anyone who knows me, or who reads any of my blogs with a level of frequency will know how much I support independent businesses within Leeds.. well here’s yet another reason why! Monday 1st December is World AIDS Day 2014, where a number of organisations join together to raise awareness of HIV & AIDS, to challenge the stigma attached to ...

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Alphabet Club, a film by Jamie Fletcher

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

Alphabet Club A film by Jamie Fletcher 8 DECEMBER 2014 HYDE PARK PICTURE HOUSE, LEEDS Doors open 19:00  Film starts 19:10 £3 entrance, tickets available from the Hyde Park Picture House. Alphabet Club is part of The Dancing Bear Trilogy, a series of talks, films and performances by Leeds-based director Jamie Fletcher that aims to engage and encourage different audiences ...

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World AIDS Day 2014 – Wild Combination Screening

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

World Aids Day 2014 As part of World Aids Day 2014 there is a screening of the documentary ‘Wild Combination: A Portrait of Arthur Russell’ at Wharf Chambers on Monday 1st December. For the uninitiated, Russell created music that spanned across a myriad of genres. His music spanned from folk, art rock, to disco and the sparse experimentation of works ...

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No Going Back – 1 Model 100 Artists Exhibition & Auction

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

Hosted by Leeds based charity, No Going Back at White Cloth Gallery, Aire Street, Leeds 7.00 pm (doors open) Monday, 15 December 2014 Leeds based charity, No Going Back, is holding its first auction to raise much needed funds. The auction and art exhibition will be held at the White Cloth Gallery, Leeds at 7pm on 15th December 2014. The ...

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Leeds Cafe LGBT Friendly – Moments

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

Leeds seems to be recently booming with independent coffee shops, fighting back against the bland branded places that are trying to take over the country. These Leeds Cafe independents bring a great range options with them, and they’re often more welcoming and comfortable than their mainstream rivals. Some of the Leeds cafes have been around for a while and have ...

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