Trans Pride Main Events
We’re on the lookout for trans or non-binary artists for an exciting new exhibition highlighting trans talent in the visual arts, to be displayed throughout Brighton Trans Pride.
Submissions are open to trans and non-binary visual artists of all abilities. With the opening night on 13th July, work will be displayed throughout Brighton Trans Pride until 22nd July. To apply please fill out this form below. There are no fees for submission & no gallery fees to display your work.
If you have any questions please contact the guest curator Jared Cobain.
Deadline 2nd July
Welcome to a first in Brighton – DJ / Vinyl Auction night ( as seen in Hamburg 2018 )
Place bids on a large variety of good and bad vinyl as it is played, starting from 50p.
Once the song is finished the hit records will go to the highest bidder.
The flop singles with no bids will go in the bin, or smashed up at the discretion of the DJ.
All proceeds go towards raising money for Trans Pride Brighton – a registered local charity promoting equality and gender diversity through its annual Trans Pride on 21st July.
The Marlborough Theatre, New Writing South, Centre for the Study of Sexual Dissidence (University of Sussex) and Trans Pride Brighton are delighted to annouce a £700 commission for a writer to chronical the events of Trans Pride Brighton 2018.
Information on how to apply can be found on the Marlborough website.
The Annual Brighton Trans, Non-Binary and Intersex Conference 2018
Alongside Brighton Trans Pride (20th-22nd July 2018), this year’s Annual Brighton Trans, Non-Binary and Intersex Conference seeks to bring trans, non-binary and intersex people, researchers and allies (as well as those who seek to work better with trans, non-binary and intersex people) together in order to work towards making a more trans, non-binary and intersex inclusive society.
Sallis Benney is fully accessible and sign translators can be appointed if needed. Please let us know when you register if you require this or any other support
Tea and coffee will be available to buy, water will be available all day.
A vegetarian and vegan sandwich/finger food lunch will be served and is included for all delegates. Other food requirements can be requested when registering.
Cost and registration
All presenters and attendees must register to attend and pay where appropriate. There are limited spaces available, and the conference sold out last year in early June, so please register early. All categories of attendees will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
The party in the park featuring music, spoken word, poetry as well as community stalls. (Sorry no dogs allowed in the park except assistance dogs.
The park will have accessible toilets, a hearing loop for the stage, and places to get food and drink.
We’re super excited to announce our partnership with Traumfrau in hosting this year’s Official TPB Saturday Night After Party, tickets will be available to buy soon…but right now, we need performers!
Come perform with us!
We are looking for performers for the Official Trans Pride Brighton After Party! The deadline is in 10 days so no dilly-dallying you lot.
Open to cabaret performers, live artists, one-on-ones, we are open to all performance styles, but please only apply if you fit the criteria.
Can’t wait to hear from you creative lot
Meet outside the Marlborough Pub & Theatre / Princes Street
March leaves at 12 midday towards Brunswick Square after a few speeches.
The March itself is 1.3 miles long (2168 metres), however you can meet us at the park too, there is no obligation to take part. There are regular busses between the park and the Marlborough (Brunswick Square stop to the Old Steine) and back. For more information on busses and ticket prices, have a look at the Brighton and Hove Bus Company website.
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