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Queer Editorial

northernpride.jpg Northern Pride Online
 

This year's Northern Pride will go ahead – with a full day of events taking place virtually.

At the heart of the event will be a “virtual march” where people are being encouraged to send in images or videos of past Pride events they have attended.

These will then be edited together to create a Pride march which people will be able to watch on the day.

The march will be part of a full day of entertainment and education which can be viewed on social media platforms, covering all of the various aspects which would be part of a Pride celebration.

That includes performances on the main stage and from Curious Arts and Be Scene, plus content from all of the festival zones – health and wellbeing, family and youth and sport.

The event will end with a virtual candlelit vigil, followed by an official after party.

Chair of Northern Pride, Ste Dunn, said the organising committee felt it was important to still mark Pride in some way.

Anyone who would like to contribute an image of video for the virtual march should send them to prideonline@npride.org.uk

 or visit www.northern-pride.com/prideonline

18th July 2020 on Facebook and Youtube.