Pride AGM Monday 25th November at The Swan on New Street

Hosted By The Fabulous Miss Marty


 I am of Course Marty…The Girl Who Likes To Party I began life 12 years ago at the Wellington hotel as a hostess…I was lucky enough to be there for about 4 years.

Over this time I was offered shows and my career on the road began. Leaving the welly was huge , wondering out into the big bad world of entertainment but I bit the bullet and away I went. I couldn’t of course have done this alone and have been lucky enough to have been given direction and support of some of the most amazing acts this country has to offer … 

Ginny Lemon



Ginny is drunk, disgusting and fabulous! Brining you original music, unique covers, hilarious comic ramblings and kitsch vintage glamour. She’ll guide you into her bonkers universe and excite you with hypnotic vocal beats. Singer, Songwriter, Comedienne & Icon! Unmissable performer and personality.

Tori Amos - ‘Unforgettable, Try A Slice’

Su Pollard - ‘I love Ginny Lemon’

Simon Cowell -  ‘Hideous’

Fancy a slice?

1990's Chris (Poet)



1990s Chris is a queer, working class poet from Hereford. Writing primarily for film and audio, Chris is  currently a BBC New creative and writer at Neoteric Dance Company, previously working with channel 4. His work hopes to start conversations around queer identity, masculinity and class. 

Report & Election


During the nights events we will have the AGM report read out by one of the committee members, going over this years Pride with budget cost. Then later in the evening we will be holding elections for the the 2020 committee where all positions are up for election and anyone can nominate themselves for it. 

5B Film



Co-directed by oscar nominated Dan Krauss, 5B is the inspirational story of everyday heroes, nurses and caregivers who took extraordinary action to comfort, protect and care for the patients of the first AIDS ward unit in the United States. 5B is stirringly told through first-person testimony of these nurses and caregivers who built Ward 5B in 1983 at San Francisco General Hospital, their patients, loved ones, and staff who volunteered to create care practices based in humanity and holistic well-being during a time of great uncertainty. The result is an uplifting yet candid and bittersweet monument to a pivotal moment in American history and a celebration of quiet heroes, nurses and caregivers worthy of renewed recognition.

FILM wil lstart at 7pm

Website (including trailer) is here

Following the event there will be a discussion led by Dr Sasha Cuttler, one of the nurses featured in the film, supported by Guy Vandenberg, Mary Magee amd Steve Williams from San Francisco

Light refreshments will be provided.

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The University of Worcester have kindly supported this event.

The University of Worcester have kindly supported this event.

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