A ‘FRIENDLY space’ will be open to older LGBT people at the Leeds Pride event next month to raise awareness of the loneliness felt by members of the LGBT community in later life
Rozalla will be performing at Leeds LGBT Pride’s Tenth Anniversary Celebration on Sunday 7th August. The ‘Pride’ team are proud to announce that the Zambian dance music performer will be performing on the Trinity Main Stage on Lower Briggate as Leeds LGBT Pride turns ten years old.
Rozalla has toured with Micheal Jackson and Billy Ocean but is probably best known for her 1991 hit Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good)
ROZALLA WILL BE PERFORMING ON THE MAIN STAGE
Sarah Harding will be performing at Leeds LGBT Pride’s Tenth Anniversary Celebration on Sunday 7th August. The ‘Pride’ team are proud to announce the ex Girls Aloud singer will be performing on the Trinity Main Stage on Lower Briggate as Leeds LGBT Pride turns ten years old.
Sarah Harding rose to fame in late 2002 when she auditioned for the reality television show Popstars: The Rivals on ITV. The programme announced that Harding had won a place as a member of the girl group Girls Aloud. Girls Aloud split up in 2013, since then Sarah Harding has been carving out a solo career as a singer, model and actress.
*Leeds LGBT Pride is a free nationally renowned cultural entertainment city centre event that celebrates diversity, equality, sexuality and gender identity in the city of Leeds and beyond
SARAH HARDING WILL BE PERFORMING ON THE MAIN STAGE
The Bears are back for Leeds LGBT Pride’s Tenth Anniversary Celebration on Sunday 7th August. The ‘Pride’ team are proud to announce the return gayleeds favourites Bears Aloud. Yes Fancubs those Grizzly girls will be performing on the Trinity Main Stage in a one off special as Leeds LGBT Pride turns ten years old.
Bears Aloud formed in 2009 and held their last show at Blayds Bar back in December 2014 after five at the top of their game touring the country and performing at venues and Pride events far and wide.
Now they’re back and they’re inviting you to join them at Leeds LGBT Pride’s Tenth Anniversary Celebration Weekender on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th August 2016.
bears aloud WILL BE PERFORMING ON the main STAGe
We were proud in 2006, we were proud in the years since & now ten years on we’re proud to bring you the Tenth Anniversary Celebration of Leeds LGBT Pride! Come celebrate sexuality, gender identity, equality & love as Leeds LGBT turns Ten years old on Sat 6th August & Sun 7th August 2016. Find out more at www.LeedsPride.com! #LeedsPridePosted by Leeds LGBT Pride on Saturday, 9 July 2016
We were proud in 2006, we were proud in the years since & now ten years on we’re proud to bring you the Tenth Anniversary Celebration of Leeds LGBT Pride!
Come celebrate sexuality, gender identity, equality & love as Leeds LGBT turns Ten years old on Sat 6th August & Sun 7th August 2016.
Leeds LGBT Pride are proud to bring the openly gay legend Marc Almond to the Leeds LGBT Pride Tenth Anniversary Celebration.
Once part of the ‘synthpop/new wave’ duo Soft Cell Marc will be performing on the Sainsbury’s Parade Stage at Millennium Square on Sunday 7th August 2016.
Tom Doyle Chair of Leeds LGB&T* Pride said, ‘It’s great that an out Gay artist with strong links to Leeds is headlining our stage on Millennium Square. For many LGB&T* people Marc’s work forms the sound track to their youth and for those a little younger we hope to introduce them to this major cultural innovator.
Born in Southport in the North West of England in 1957, he later moved to Harrogate (near Leeds). Marc studied Fine Art at Leeds Polytechnic leaving the college in 1979 with a BA Honors. It was at Art College that Marc developed his unique style of experimental performance and cabaret pop.
During his time at Leeds Polytechnic Marc met David Ball whom he eventually formed the internationally successful ‘electro duo’ Soft Cell. Soft Cell recorded four albums together with hit songs including the worldwide classic Tainted Love.
When Soft Cell parted amicably in 1984 both Marc and David went their separate ways and pursued solo careers. In 1989 Marc had another number one, this time as a duet with 60’s legend Gene Pitney with the song Something’s Gotten Hold of My Heart, it remained number one in the UK for five weeks.
Marc and David Ball briefly teamed up again in 2000 and recorded a new Soft Cell album which was received well by fans. It was also in this year that you may be surprised to know that Marc moved to Russia where he has a huge fan base.
During a renaissance of his career in 2004, Marc suffered a serious motorcycle accident in which he was left in a coma for two weeks, he suffered near fatal injuries that have taken years for him to recover from. In the aftermath of the crash, Marc had to even learn to sing again.
Leeds LGBT Pride are proud that Marc Almond, an adopted son of Leeds has made a full recovery and is now singing and performing better then ever. What a better time to welcome Marc to Leeds then to celebrate Leeds LGBT Pride’s Tenth Anniversary on Sunday 7th August.
MARC ALMOND WILL BE PERFORMING ON PARADE STAGE
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