Accessibility information for the livestream and online workshops is now available: Livestream access details Financial access The event is completely free to watch, and all performers have been paid for their contributions. Broadcast platforms The event will be streamed simultaneously on YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook. BSL interpretation All of the livestream will be accompanied by … Continue reading Access Info for Trans Pride Online 2021
With all of the uncertainty surrounding holding public events this summer, I think it’s best to be as transparent as possible about our plans for Trans Pride Brighton 2021. The safety of all the wonderful people who’ve supported our event over the years is at the forefront of our minds when making decisions. Trans Pride … Continue reading Trans Pride Brighton 2021 – Our Plans For This Summer
Our accessibility document for 2019 is now available – this is an assessment of all of the venues we are using for official events this year. It can be viewed here.
Dear community, We have sought clarification from licence holders about the restrictions imposed on Trans Pride Brighton this year, communicated in our previous post, and we’d like to clarify the position on the following: There is NO specific threat to the event. Soft drinks, water and non-alcoholic drinks WILL be allowed in the park in … Continue reading Park Access – Clarification of Restrictions
Trans Pride Brighton is proud to have a full week of events partnering with local promoters and venues. We’ve spent a good deal of time assessing the venues booked by our partners, running alongside the main Trans Pride Brighton march and park events at the following locations: Brunswick Square Gardens Marlborough Pub & Theatre Pop … Continue reading Partner Venues and Accessibility Assessment