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Family Pride Event at The Box

Saturday, February 24

We’re delighted to welcome Intercom Trust to The Box for a fun Family Pride event! Come in and join us and enjoy some time together.

1pm-3pm: Family Pride
Family Pride events are simply about finding each other, having some fun, and boosting parent and child confidence. Parents and carers can have time together. Children and young people can have time together. An LGBT+ family may contain one or more parents who identify as LGBT+ and/or one or more children who identify as LGBT+.

Please book your free place(s) for ‘Family Pride’ here.

11am-12.30pm: A free seminar on over 5,000 years of recorded gender history and diversity
Connecting colonialism, racism, cultural identities, the patriarchy, misogyny and legislation and how they have formed transphobia and affected current issues around gender identity. Increase your ability to talk about trans identities and history to be better able to support people in feeling less alone and more connected with a rich cultural heritage.

Please book your free places for the seminar here.

11am-12.30pm and 1.30pm-3pm: Two Sides of the Same Coin: Add your story to the archive developed by Queer District Collective to collect personal stories and experiences of Plymouth’s diverse heritage.

12.30pm-1.15pm: Seaweed in the Fruit Locker performance
Seaweed in the Fruit Locker is a series of performances by an LGBTQIA+ sea shanty choir who were formed by Rhys Morgan to explore collective performance in marginalised communities through the tradition of shanty singing.

Upcoming events

Tuesday, March 5
Untitled design (25)
The exhibition looks at the boundaries of materials in relation to human and non-human entities
Wednesday, March 6
Untitled design (25)
The exhibition looks at the boundaries of materials in relation to human and non-human entities
Wednesday, March 6
Untitled design (19)
Internationally renowned company, Richard Chappell Dance presents their latest creation Hot House at The House this spring.
Thursday, March 7
Untitled design (25)
The exhibition looks at the boundaries of materials in relation to human and non-human entities

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