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Queer Contact exhibition 2018

Queer Contact exhibition 2018

As part of Queer Contact Festival’s 10th anniversary, and the 30th anniversary of Manchester’s LGBT+ Centre, there’s another chance to see the Queer Youth In Focus series of photographs by Beyond Beyond, featuring portraits of young LGBT+ people from across Greater Manchester who are part of the Centre’s community.

The photographic portraits are a snapshot of young queer lives, the issues affecting them, and the hopes that they have for the future.

THIS EXHIBITION TAKES PLACE AT THE LGBT+ CENTRE LGBT+ Centre, 49-51 Sidney St, Manchester M1 7HB

Visitors can enjoy the portraits during opening times of Sidney St Cafe, Mon-Fri 11am-4pm.Runs until 13th April 2018

Commissioned by Contact in partnership with The Proud Trust.

Supported by Big Lottery Fund and Superbia by Manchester Pride.

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Published: 22-Feb-2018

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