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Liverpool Pride To Return For Sixth Consecutive Year On August 1st.

Liverpool Pride organisers are delighted to announce that one of the city’s most popular events will return on Saturday, 1st August 2015.

Established in 2010, Liverpool Pride returns for its sixth consecutive year and continues to be one of the city’s most visual and flamboyant events of the Summer.

The date always coincides with the anniversary of when murdered gay teenager Michael Causer tragically lost his life. Michael died on 2nd August 2008, and the festival was specifically created in his memory as a way to celebrate his life and empower the LGBT communities. This year’s Liverpool Pride takes place a week before what would have also been Michael’s 26th birthday.

Pride, Film Review. Picturehouse@F.A.C.T., Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Andrew Scott, Dominic West, George Mackay, Paddy Considine, Joseph Gilgun, Faye Marsey, Freddie Fox, Ben Schnetzer, Jessie Cave, Liz White, Sophie Evans, Monica Dolan, Jessica Gunning, Chis Overton. Russell Tovey.

America can provide you with the blockbuster, Europe the art, India the beauty but when it comes to truth, justice, the gritty political outpouring, nobody does it better than the British film industry. Blockbusters are all well and good, the stimulation the senses, they blow the mind. Art and beauty is needed to wrap up the human emotion and give it meaning, realism is what brings it together, what makes the cinema goer believe in and restores a balance in a world that is too eager to make sure that division is seen everywhere.

Liverpool Sound And Vision: An Interview Special With Kiefer Williams Of Grin Theatre.

As artistic Director at Grin Theatre, Kiefer Williams has an enormous responsibility in pushing the work of young writers onto the stage. Alongside Simon James, Kiefer is responsible for bringing the fantastic Queertet to the stage, a set of four plays that deal with LGBT issues in today’s modern world. The two men are certainly proud of their work and the experiences they bring to the city of Liverpool and the work they do is certainly valued as the city gears up in preparation for the Liverpool Pride 2013.

Grin Theatre Go From Strength To Strength With Queertet 2013.

Grin Theatre Productions are proud to present the sensational Queertet 2013, the sequel to last year’s sell out, award nominated Queertet 2012.

Queertet 2013 is a festival of new and original short LGBT plays that will herald the start of Liverpool’s Pride celebrations. The plays celebrate everything LGBT and above everything else provides an uplifting, positive feel good factor that will also show off the brilliant talent that makes up one of the must see theatrical events of the year.