Last year I shared my immense joy at what was an evening of entertainment, enlightenment, education and laughter (I couldn’t find a synonym for lolz beginning with ‘e’, ok?):
Well it’s back and I’ll be there and you should be too. And I’ll tell you for why…
This year, Penguin Pride will take place on Wednesday 21 August at my own home from home – erm, HOME.
In this, the year commemorating 50 years since Stonewall, Penguin Pride will be looking back and celebrating how far LGBT rights have come, where we are now and what the future may hold.
This year’s line-up includes a mix of old and new Penguins Live faces:
Multi-award winning poet and playwright, Toby Campion, returns as MC and yes, you may have even seen him outside that photo booth in those adverts with his BFF…
Other writers and performers taking part include award-winning Yorkshire poet Andrew McMillan, arts writer and Attitude columnist Paul Flynn, Glasgow based author, Kirsty Logan, Liverpool based writer, Emma Morgan and LGBTQ+ writer roo
For full details and tickets, head to https://homemcr.org/production/penguin-pride/
To read about last year’s event which included performances from this year’s Toby Campion, Paul Flynn, Kirsty Logan and Andrew McMillan, head here to Penguin Pride – less a review, more a tribute
If it’s half as good as last year’s, I’ll run out of superlatives.
See you there…