During the weekend of Friday 24 – Sunday 26 February 2023 we want to fill Storyhouse with queer-led events, workshops, talks and performances to inspire and entertain you.

We need your help – we want to know what you want to hear, see and do. If you are keen to be involved then please come along to one either of these sessions – one online and one at Storyhouse. The sessions will be led by George, one of the Community Programme Managers at Storyhouse who will be co-ordinating the Storyhouse Queer weekend.

At this event you can find out what the programme looks like so far and some of the ideas that have been brought to us already, and there will be chance to tell us about any ideas you have or people you’d like to see in the programme. We’ll invite you to join our focus group where you can be more involved in shaping the festival in the lead up to the full announcement later this year. If you wish to attend the in-person event at Storyhouse, this is taking place in the Garret Bar (Floor 4) which is accessible via stairs and lift. Storyhouse volunteers will be at the front doors to meet and greet you and provide assistance to the Garret Bar.

 

 

Duration

Approx 90 mins

Upcoming events

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