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Sugar and Spice 11

Sugar and Spice 11

Sugar and Spice 11: Women Make Waves – Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th March

It's almost here - LGBT Foundation’s annual festival for lesbian and bisexual women* in celebration of International Women’s Day - Sugar and Spice - is taking place in just over 10 days time!

On Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th of March, we will take over the building in Manchester with back-to-back workshops, talks, activities discussions, performances and socialising - all centred around lesbian and bisexual women.

For the first time this year we are also collaborating with Queer of the Unknown to bring you an evening open mic event! Featuring the wonderful Drag King Dick Slick and poet, Roma, this open mic night will be lively and powerful, celebrating the talents of lesbian, bisexual and queer women. There are still some 5 minute open mic slots available so if you want the chance to share your passions and skills with your community, get in touch with Lily.

Sugar & Spice has established itself as one of the largest wellbeing events for lesbian and bisexual women in the UK - with over 200 women last year - and we hope you will join us to continue this legacy.

There are some tickets still available, click here to reserve your place via link below

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Published: 9-Mar-2017

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