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All Aboard the Rainbow Train: A Journey of Pride, Music, and Joy!

All Aboard the Rainbow Train: A Journey of Pride, Music, and Joy!

A Spectacular Ride Awaits You on 24th September!

Get ready to embark on a journey like no other! The Bury LGBTQI+ Forum and House of Bridget are thrilled to invite you to the 3rd annual Rainbow Train event on Sunday, 24th September 2023. The train departs at 4:30 pm from Bolton Street Station in Bury, and trust us, you won't want to miss it!

Why You Should Join Us

  • Diverse Performances: From the House of Bridget Queens to the Bury Fire Choir, the lineup is as diverse as the community it celebrates.
  • Scenic Route: The vintage Rainbow steam train will take you from Bolton Street Station in Bury up to Rawtenstall Station and back, all while you enjoy a 2-hour extravaganza of LGBTQI+ acts and performances.
  • Affordable Tickets: At just £10.00 per person or £8.00 for concessions (students, under 18, or over 55), this is an experience that won't break the bank.

The Lineup: A Symphony of LGBTQI+ Talent

Bolton Street Station: Bury Fire Choir

As the train prepares to leave the station, the Bury Fire Choir will serenade you with Pride hits. Fresh off their successful appearance at this year's Bury Pride, they're excited to perform for you again!

Rawtenstall Stop: Laura and the Lesbians

After touring Europe, Laura and the Lesbians are back to dazzle you with their award-winning set at the Rawtenstall stop. Get ready for a performance that will leave you speechless!

Final Stop: A Cher Tribute by Sharleen

As the train pulls back into Bolton Street Station, the fabulous Sharleen, one of the country's best Cher tributes, will close the show with a campy performance of all of Cher's hits.

Get Your Tickets Now!

Ready to hop on board? Tickets are available on the Bury LGBTQI+ Forum's website. Just follow this link to secure your seat. Hurry, as tickets are selling fast!

Published: 20-Sep-2023: (7256)

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