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Sheffield’s Proud Bis

bi2015prides It’ s Sheffield LGBT Pride on July 4th.

Wish to meet up, march and hang out to bi folk? Satisfy at 11. 30am outside Firth Court and look for the big bi banner.

The Satisfaction organisers outline the day they have lined up – centred around the University Student Marriage buildings:


There will be three main sections towards the day – a daytime event from midday till 5pm; an evening event from 8pm onward as well as the after party from 11pm. Entrance for the day and evening events is definitely £3 (and if you’ re comi ng to both, you won’ t need to pay twice) and the after party is £6.

This season we also have a free family area with live performances throughout the afternoon from local bands and artists alongside activities and loads to perform for young and old alike sponsored by University of Sheffield. The rest of the event will host more live performances from local and not-so-local artists (with a few famous names tossed in), a marketplace expo, DJs, poetry, activities, a courtyard celebration, great deals on food and drink and a ton of other stuff going on.

I n between your day and evening events you will have screenings of LGBT-themed movies (we’ ll announce the titles closer to the date) in the Students’ Marriage Auditorium (between 5pm and 8pm). A candlelit vigil will take place outdoors on the concourse at 8. 30pm in conjunction with the Centre for HIV featuring some soul-searching performances and speaks giving people the opportunity to spend a few moments thinking of the victims of HIV, Homophobia and Transphobia here and round the world, today and in the past.

The performance areas kick off again from 9pm – you can take your pick between Caberet, Drag and some unique vocalists, or Dancing and DJs through till 1am. From 11pm the morning will culminate in a massive after party – with dancers, fire flames, neon, glitter and a super specific headline performance partying through with you until 3. 30am.

pride march photo Never been before? Here’ s a couple of BCN content about going along to Pride…


  • Taking the Plunge: Drew and Celine’ h first Pride
  • Strolling with Pride: Hannah’ s techniques for marchers

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