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Gay agenda live returns

Gay agenda live returns

The Gay Agenda live audience experience at the renowned Frog & Bucket comedy club.

Sunday 26th Feb 2017. The first of a new monthly event in Manchester’s Queer calendar! The event will be recorded and broadcast on Fab Radio International, Europe’s Number 1 online radio station.

4.30pm – 6.30pm (doors open 4pm)

The Gay Agenda radio show takes its irreverant style and vocal opinions out of the studio to the Frog & Bucket comedy club in Manchester! An open and frank discussion on modern queer life

from many of Manchester’s LGBT community.

Leading the event is Rylan Cavell, who is the man behind the Gay Agenda radio show, That’s Pride tv show and many local Fringe Festival theatre productions.

Featuring on the panel alongside Rylan are; Lydia Bernsmeier-Rullow, a local Drag King & comedian. Ashleigh Talbot, Trans activist, broadcaster & musician. Junior Maxwell, campaigner.

Laini Johnson will be compere for the event, and guest speakers giving ‘Four Minutes Of Fury’ include Steph Pike and Sali Owen.

The Gay Agenda is presented here in conjunction with Laughing Cows comedy, whose regular monthly event is on following the Live Audience Experience.

Tickets can be purchased for the Live Audience Experience individually, or for the whole evening. There is also an offer on some tickets that include a food offer from the Frog & Bucket.

All information is available on the Gay Agenda website, and tickets can be purchased via the links there.

Tickets are via the link below.

£7 advance

£9 on the door

Combined Gay Agenda / Laughing Cows tickets

£8 (£16 with any main course dish) until 1st February

£12 advance (£20 with any main course dish)

£16 on the door

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