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POLARI MANCHESTER

POLARI MANCHESTER

London's multi award-winning LGBTQ+ literary salon rocks up in Manchester. A night of cabaret, comedy, poetry and performance with a literary bent. Hosted by author bestselling Paul Burston with special guests - Author, poet and performer Rosie Garland ( 'What Girls Do In The Dark') Award-winning author and performer Karen McLeod as comedy character Barbara Brownskirt, LGBT+ History Month Poet Laureate, publisher and performer Adam Lowe, Author Paul Magrs ('The Panda, the Cat and the Dreadful Teddy')

PRAISE FOR POLARI

"The most exciting literary movement in London - crackling with energy, ideas, excitement" -

Huffington Post

"Lively, funny and inspiring"- Patrick Gale

"Always fun, always thought-provoking – a guaranteed good night out" - Sarah Waters

Tonight’s event is part of the Polari Prize Tenth Anniversary Tour, funded by Arts Council England.

WED JULY 21 AT G-A-Y BAR

7pm for 7.30pm start.

£8 in advance from Eventbrite, £10 cash only on the door

PLEASE NOTE -

Tickets are currently being sold based on limited capacity due to current Covid restrictions.

If restrictions are lifted on July 19, more tickets will be released.

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Published: 24-Jun-2021

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