Sadly, due to tomorrow’s extreme weather conditions we have been forced to change venues for our park event in Brunswick Square.
We’ve not made this decision lightly but we feel we have no choice due to concerns regarding the safety of the performers, vendors, volunteers and attendees in an open area. We have decided instead to hold the event in various venues in Central Brighton.
Please beware that the planned route for the protest march will also be changed but both events will go ahead.
As many of you know, we suffered significant financial losses this year so a low turn out poses a threat to Trans Pride Brighton. We will be unable to keep the Trans Pride Centre open as well as continue with our events and protests in the coming year if we do not raise significant funds this year. So I f you planned to attend tomorrow please do show up and support regardless of venue.
We’d like to say a massive thank you to all the venues that have taken on the event at such short notice.
If you’re able, any donation to the Trans Pride Centre fundraiser will help us overcome this situation.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you for our 10th Annual Trans Pride event from July 14th to 16th. A very special event on the 14th! The main event on the 15th (march and park event). A beach hang on the Sunday. More details very soon!
10th Anniversary Fundraising Gala: A Night of Trans Joy
Join the brightest trans and non-binary stars for a night of trans joy!
Trans Pride Brighton is ten years old and to celebrate this we invite you to a tenth anniversary fundraising gala. There will be performances from some of the biggest and best trans and non-binary performers the UK has to offer, featuring some very special guest comperes who will give you an unforgettable night of trans pride and trans joy.
Performer announcements are coming soon but expect comedy, music and solidarity. Supporters and allies of the trans community are most welcome!
Trans Pride Brighton is a community-led, volunteer organised charity and is the oldest event of it’s kind in Europe. This event is brought to Brighton Dome as part of the wider Pride week event line-up, and tickets can be bought on the Brighton Dome website.
This event is BSL interpreted.
Thursday 13th July, 18:30 @ Duke of York Picturehouse. Fully captioned film (BSL Interpreting TBC)
Friday 14th July, 19:30 (doors open 18:45) @ Brighton Dome, BN1 1UE. BSL Interpreted.
Saturday 15th July, 11:00 – 13:00 @ Jubilee Square, BN1 1GE. BSL Interpreted.
Please meet at 11am for the speeches, and the March will start at 12pm heading in a loop back towards Jubilee Square.
RESCHEDULED: Saturday 15th July 13:00 – 18:00 @ Various Venues (please see map above).
St. Lucifer, Dee Diva, and Daffodildos will be playing at The Actors. All other acts will be at the Brighton Dome.
Saturday 15th July 19:30 – 03:00 @ Concorde 2, BN2 1EN. BSL Interpreted.
If we all speak at once: a night of ska and punk for Matty Sheldrick
Saturday 15th July 19:00 – 22:00 @ Green Door Store, BN1 4FQ.
JB Conspiracy, Dakka Skanks, Phat Problem. Fundraising for The Clare Project in memory of Matty Zak Sheldrick.
Sunday 16th July 11:00 – 17:00. On the Beach close to Brighton Pier, BN2 1TW.