This weekend the eleventh Cardiff Wales LGBT Mardi Gras takes place in the city. There will be a bi community stall run by Bi Cymru, with Bi Cardiff and Bi Swansea, all day Saturday – so if you’re at Mardi Gras, do drop along and say hello!
The event is set to attract over 40,000 people and is recognised as Wales’ biggest celebration of the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) community.
Tomorrow is the Manchester Pride march, and once again there will be a bi contingent on the parade on the Saturday. Bis, friends, partners and allies all very welcome to join!
Marchers should assemble near Deansgate train station between 11am and 11.45: see the Facebook event for more details, and directions, and do add yourself to the list of attendees to let people know you’ll be coming!
August Bank Holiday weekend is Manchester Pride weekend, and once again there will be a bi contingent on the parade on the Saturday. Manchester’s is one of the biggest Pride events in the country and this will be its 20th year.
Marchers should assemble near Deansgate train station before lunchtime: see the Facebook event for more details, and to let people know you’ll be coming!
There will be a big bi stall at UK Black Pride again this year, which is this coming Saturday 14th August.
It’s a lovely low-key day in Regent’s Park, London. See the ducks, listen to music, meet old and new friends. Find out more at their website.
Tickets are £10.
Brighton Pride is this Saturday and if you are planning on being there then please come and say hi at the Brighton BothWays stall in the Community Area.
They tell us: “We’ve scheduled a Big Bi (and Ally) Meet Up at 4pm but we’d like to see you whenever.To increase Bi visibility at Pride we are encouraging Bi people to ‘Wear Purple for Pride’. We aren’t have an organised bi group in the parade this year but we’re hoping there will be lots of purple mingling with the rest of the rainbow colours.
“Brighton Pride usually has a great atmosphere – it’s free and friendly and the Pride in Brighton and Hove organisation has been exemplary in promoting Bi inclusion. Plus after last year’s downpours we must be due sunshine for the parade and festival this year!”