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Manchester Libraries Celebrates LGBTQ History Month

Manchester Libraries Celebrates LGBTQ History Month

This February we are proud to present a range of specially commissioned online events and special collections celebrating LGBTQ authors in Manchester and the North West.

Why not Celebrate Valentines Day with Poet Afshan D’souza-Lodhi. Sunday 14th February 7pm.

Or

Join An Evening with Paul Magrs. Friday 19th February 7pm.

Join acclaimed fantasy and sci-fi writer Paul Magrs for a special evening celebrating the re-release of his much loved ‘Brenda and Effie’ novels!

Or

The Best Queer Book Ever?

*By queer we mean any books that have gender and/or sexuality diverse content, character(s), or theme(s).

Others include:

LGBT Foundation and Archives+ Oral Histories Interviews.

Archives+ Manchester Pride and LGBTQ History Month Memory Box.

Here’s another chance to check out some brilliant photos from our archives exploring the history of the LGBTQ community in Manchester. Including the early days of Canal Street, Act-Up and Section 28 Marches and some brilliant Manchester Pride celebrations!

The latest LGBTQ books:

So much to choose from with full details of all events taking place visit via READ MORE below.

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Published: 4-Feb-2021

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