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Thank you Today Bread for being the sole sponsor for Gaybourhood East’s launch event. Conveniently located around the corner from the CentrE17 venue, the small organic sourdough bakery and cafe will be  feeding our volunteers and LGBTIQA+ families during the event. TODAY BREAD 6-10 Central

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Snacks & Photo Policy

This is just a quick note to let you know that you are welcome to bring snacks to the party. The only thing we ask, is that you check that it doesn’t contain any nuts. Also, we will be taking photographs at the event for

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Superhero Afternoon Activities

  Put on your dancing shoes for Gaybourhood East’s first LGBTIQA+ Pride family focussed event, featuring live music, 70’s disco tunes, superhero craft activities and a no-holds-barred dance-off!   Activities Make your own superhero cape Decorate a mask with Qraft Bistro DIY face painting station Enjoy a

The Mollusc Dimension

The Mollusc Dimension aka Squid is a QTPOC Performer, Song-writer, Composer, Maker of Videos & Zines, Runner of Workshops, Teacher, Improv Comedy Sketch Podcaster. He is delighted to have been asked to play at Gaybourhood East. It’s exciting and incredibly important to be able to


Singer-songwriter Wild is known well for giving audiences a chance to unwind and sing along, with their classy, country and lightheartedly comical performances.  Drawing from wanders in nature, this genderqueer Soul is often found singing for LGBTQ+ shows, and for younger audiences in London’s forest

Rachel Sparks Dance

Rachel has been dancing since she was a tiny dot, and hasn’t stopped ever since. After gaining a very serious Dance BA (Hons) at Leeds University in 2007 she took some time to develop other skills, but could never let go of the idea of

Jo Jackson

Jo Jackson will be our DJ for the afternoon, playing classic disco hits mixed with trashy superhero tunes. Jo is passionate about sound and specialises in film post production sound editing/mixing . Their technical expertise has been used in films such as The Dark Crystal,

Qraft Bistro

Qraft Bistro is an intersectional feminist queer artist collective. Our core principle is that anybody can be creative! We bring art materials including lo-fi, everyday materials with which event visitors create something in less than a minute or longer, depending on our brief and their

Tickets Sold Out!

Sorry! Our tickets are now sold out due to maximum capacity. Please join our mailing list to be notified of future events by emailing