Plymouth LGBT Pride Saturday 9th August 2014

Hate Crime Awareness Week Update #HCAW2014

Hate Crime Awareness Week 2014 began on 11th October and Pride in Plymouth volunteers were out and about, in the city centre, spreading the word with leaflets designed to raise awareness around the issue and to promote our informal social at Plymouth Arts Centre from 6.30pm – 8.30pm pm on Wednesday 15th, where we invite you to come along and talk about your experiences of hate crime in the city,…

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Hate Crime Awareness Week 2014 #HAW14

Pride in Plymouth have received a small grant from the Plymouth City Council ‘Welcoming City Fund‘ to support our events during hate crime awareness week that takes place between 11th and 18th October. During this time and leading up to December we will be canvassing for your ideas on the design and content of printed guides that will inform the local community and visitors on how to report hate crime…

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Heaven is a Place Shown on the Big Screen in Plymouth City Centre for Pride 2014

We were delighted that the Plymouth City Centre Company agreed to show Heaven is a Place film on the the big screen as part of the Plymouth Pride Festival 2014. Pride in Plymouth partnered with Plymouth University on the Heaven on Earth? project to create Heaven is a Place A port is neither land nor sea; it is a landscape suspended, janus-faced, vertiginous. Inspired by the writing of Jean Genet, this dance film explores becoming, melancholy, and the erotics of place through the human geography of ports and portals. Through the integration of a range of movement based practices, emergent professional performers and members of Plymouth’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trans communities collaborated in the making of Heaven is a Place. Heaven is a Place by Kayla Parker Plymouth’s first…

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