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CONTENTS Pride Day, Sat 16 July is the culmination of a week of events celebrating the best in LGBT culture locally & internationally. A huge free parade through the centre of Bristol leads you to Castle Park for the spectacular & joyous multi-stage Pride Day festival. The celebrations continue into the evening with a city brimming with afterparties. Take a look at the fantastic line-up within.

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PRIDE BRISTOL 2011

WELCOME TO PRIDE DAY PRIDE IS A HUGE CELEBRATION OF LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL & TRANS (LGBT) PEOPLE. Pride Bristol celebrates LGBT lives, promotes equality & spreads a positive message of acceptance across the South West. During the year, we try to reach as many people as possible with the simple message that being L, G, B or T is perfectly OK & that diversity is a gift. We firmly believe that it is the many different communities in society that make life richer for everyone. Throughout history LGBT people have been made to feel ashamed of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Even today, reports of homophobia reach us through facebook or email on a weekly basis. Despite an increasingly tolerant society, there are many situations in our working lives, with colleagues, with families & friends where shame still flickers. ‘Coming Out’ is hard, but the wider community often don’t realise, that actually, it’s not just a one-time event but an ongoing consideration. Who, in our everyday lives do we hide from, who do we ‘come out’ to, & what reaction will we face if we do? Many in society still attempt to inflict shame on LGBT people. Currently ‘gay’ is the most commonly used insult in UK playgrounds. Whilst it might be a throw away remark, many of the people using it wouldn’t dream of replacing ‘gay’ with another minority group. Such careless insults impact upon already vulnerable or questioning young people & upon nonintended targets including those with gay family members or friends.

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Pride is a very powerful way to challenge homophobia & counter a history of shame. The festival is a highly visible & affirming celebration of LGBT lives. It is an opportunity for the whole community to unite and be seen & makes a clear statement that prejudice is not tolerated by the city. Pride Bristol is organised by a professional full-time team who reach out to over 100 community groups & over 250 volunteers to make Pride Bristol happen. Pride Bristol is a not-for-profit organisation & inclusivity is important to us. This year we have worked to distribute hundreds of free tickets to vulnerable members of the community & to facilitate the attendance of a wide range of people. Our first event in 2010 attracted around 20,000 visitors & placed Pride Bristol firmly on the UK map. We are passionate about creating a high quality & sustainable event of which the LGBT community can be proud. The festival is open to everyone who values diversity. We extend our invite to supportive families & friends of LGBT people. Without these allies, we would not have won many of the rights we now have. It is through engagement that our neighbourhoods become safer & society becomes stronger. Join the vibrant Parade & enjoy entertainment across Castle Park. Prepare for a world in full colour! - The Pride Bristol Team

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PARTNERS Pride Bristol thanks our Partners listed below. Pride Partners provide significant in-kind or financial support to the festival. This helps us to keep ticket prices low, & means that this important event can be enjoyed by people from a wide range of backgrounds. Their support makes Pride possible.

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PRIDE PARADE JOIN THE COLOURFUL PARADE AS IT WINDS ITS WAY THROUGH THE CENTRE OF BRISTOL START : Queen Square | TIME : 12 noon | PRICE : Free Pride Day opens with a huge, vibrant parade through the city centre. Laugh, dance, march, walk or sing. For some the parade is a memorial to those who lost their lives to HIV or prejudice, for some it’s a political statement, and for many it’s the one day a year that they can celebrate being different. Everyone who values equality is welcome to join. The family and friends of LGBT people are all affected in some way, large or small, by LGB or T identities. Similarly LGBT rights are won by not only the gay and trans communities, but by our allies, who lent their support to the fight for equality. Pride Bristol is an opportunity for people to feel included and to feel proud. Leading the 2011 Parade are Bristol Samba, our fabulous drag queens (who have promised something even more special than 2010’s Harley Davidson entrance), a vast 50-metre rainbow flag...and a fire engine. The Parade starts in Queen Square from 12 noon, and arrives at Castle Park at 1 pm. The parade is free but entry to Castle Park is ticketed. Tickets are available to purchase in advance and can be exchanged for a wristband in Queen Square (in addition to the entrances at Castle Park). Please arrive early to do this. Tickets for the Pride Day Festival subsidise the planning, security, insurance and safety costs associated with the Parade. Tickets for Pride Day are available in advance from the Pride Bristol Website : www.pridebristol.org or Bristol Ticket Shop 0117 929 9008.

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MAIN STAGE PRIDE BRISTOL BRINGS AMAZING INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL & LOCAL PERFORMERS TO THE MAIN STAGE FOR PRIDE DAY

PETER TATCHELL Courageous, tireless campaigner for LGBTQI rights Peter Tatchell 1:15 pm opens Pride Day this year. An inspirational speaker, not to be missed.

SING OUT BRISTOL The only LGBT choir in the South West, this talented bunch sing 2 pm everything from African Chant, show tunes, to pop & contemporary classics.

LE GATEAU CHOCOLAT Le Gateau Chocolat is a baritone with a penchant for body 3 pm hugging lycra & other amazing sartorial confections. Expect something special.

BOOGALOO STU Legendary nightclub host, singer DJ & & promoter Boogaloo Stu 4 pm was a huge hit with the Pride Crowd last year.

FONDA COX With an irrepressible wit & fashion to die for Fonda is the diva’s Compere diva. This compere holds the crowd in her immaculately manicured hands.

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RUTHIE T If there had been a roof to raise on the women’s stage in 2010, Ruthie 1:30 pm T would have blown it sky high. Expect Broadway vocals & classic tracks.

HEG & THE WOLF CHORUS One of Bristol’s most

2:30 pm promising talents. Heg’s gorgeous vocals & exquisite arrangements are beautifully complemented by her outstanding Wolf Chorus.

ROWDY SUPERST*R Inspired by Prince, Bowie & M.I.A, Rowdy Superst*r mixes 3:30 pm hip-hop, punk & pop, concocting a thrilling new sound. Prepare to be amazed.

NEW CITY SOUND A coalition of the South West’s finest DJs, NCS have played Ministry Throughout the day of Sound, Café del Mar, Pacha & more. DJ Simon Lloyd has been a champion of Pride Bristol from day one.

TRAYLA TRASH Her cheeky, caustic humour makes Trayla a scene favourite. Compere After 2010’s showstopping homage to Cheryl Cole expect something special.

HEADLINE ACT: KELIS BRIT & NME award-winner Kelis headlines Pride Day 2011. With a decade of hits including Milkshake, Trick Me, breakthrough 7 pm single Caught Out There & the 2010 gay anthem Acapella, Kelis brings huge credibility & massive cross-over appeal to Pride Day. One of the most distinctive & well respected artists on the planet, US-based Kelis has a strong following amongst the LGBT community, & has always been an outspoken supporter of diversity. Kelis is currently storming the charts with Calvin Harris on new single Bounce. Prepare for a spectacular performance.

CLARE MAGUIRE Clare Maguire, has been widely championed as the voice of 2011. A certain star of the future, Clare finished alongside Jessie J & James Blake in the BBC Sound 6 pm of 2011 poll. Debut album Light After Dark recently hit the top ten & her vocals are likened to Stevie Nicks, Annie Lennox & Cher. Fans range from R2 listeners to indie-kids, & after a stunning performance at G-A-Y she’ll be very much at home on our main stage.

BRIGHT LIGHT BRIGHT LIGHT South Wales’ finest musical export since Tom Jones & Shirley Bassey, Bright Light Bright Light mixes a 5:15 pm love of the dancefloor with classic songwriting. Acclaimed for shimmering electro-pop & fantastic live performances BLBL have just finished touring with Ellie Goulding. “Creator of emotional disco moments that only Kylie or Robyn can normally provide.” - Attitude Magazine

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Speakers Peter Tatchell & Pride Bristol

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Sing Out Bristol

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Heg & The Wolf Chorus

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Le Gateau Chocolat

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Rowdy Superstar

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Boogaloo Stu

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Dr Meaker

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Bright Light Bright Light

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Clare Maguire

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DR MEAKER Probably Bristol’s finest live dance act Dr Meaker are one of the city’s greatest musical assets. Likened to legendary 4:30 pm artists such as Reprazent & Massive Attack, many new fans have been won over by their sheer energy & ability to effortlessly fuse soul, drum & bass & heavier sounds.

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BRISTOL CAPOEIRA Capoeira requires the grace & agility of a dancer combined with 1:30 pm the strength & skill of a warrior. You definitely will be captivated & awestruck.

KAREN MARIE Bristol based Karen Marie has played numerous impressive 2:45 pm gigs including GOGO Fest the UK’s biggest women’s festival & ThePinkAffair supporting Pride Bristol favourite Rhona Cameron.

MEL SANSON (KENELIS) 3:45 pm

There’s Tegan & Sara, there’s Heather Peace, & there’s Mel Sanson. Singer with RockSound, G3 & Diva favourites Kenelis this gig is part of her acclaimed ‘Stripped Down Tour’.

KEDA BREEZE Evening Compere, Keda Breeze, producer of Hoochi Coochie Compere Kabaret, is an icon of the performance world, internationally renowned for her explosive circus, burlesque & variety acts.

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FUNKINSTEINS And out of the darkness there came light - the almighty”Funkinsteins”. 2:05 pm Forged from the purest elements in music, this trio have crafted a truly original sound.

CUBANIA Cubania bring the rhythms of downtown Havana to 3:15 pm Pride. Outstanding choreography effortlessly takes you on a thrilling journey to the heart of Cuban culture.

GECKO Gecko’s acoustic pop radiates optimism & 4:30 pm energy. Think Vampire Weekend’s indie-fied world music via Randy Newman’s wit & Roots Manuva wordplay & you’ll get it.

OPHELIA BITZ Compering is the sharpest razortongued wit in London. Compere Vocalist, ring-mistress & performance artist with a reputation for stealing hearts, drinks & anything else not nailed to the table. Hang on to your hats!

HEADLINE ACT: EMILY BREEZE & THE DAILY TREMORS Emily Breeze & the Daily Tremors critically acclaimed debut album 7:30 pm “The Penny Arcade” led to Emily being dubbed “The bastard child of P.J Harvey & Johnny Cash” by the Sunday Times. A fearsome and fearless live band they are unmissable.

MUFF SAID Muff Said’s music has echoes of ska-gods The Selecter & The Specials. A chirpy force for good it’s impossible to stand still when they play, inspiring a huge, 6:45 pm friendly dancing scrum that will have you skanking ‘til your feet ache!

ERIC NESS Eric Ness are raw, unadulterated fun. Their latest EP is full of heart & soul 6 pm with indie-style guitar intermingled with trumpets, pianos and harmonies. Like Mumford & Sons partying with The Hoosiers they defy you not to dance.

SIDDY BENNETT Siddy Bennett is poignant, poetic & lyrically compared to Laura Marling. 5.15 pm Already receiving ma jor label attention due to the range of her music which can switch from raucous dance music to folky ballads she is definitely one to watch.

THE GREEN PEOPLE The Green People are emissaries of The Fun Revolution. They come in peace 5 pm with the simple message “dance like nobody is watching, love like you’ve never been hurt, sing like nobody is listening & live like it’s heaven on earth”

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Bristol Capoeira

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Karen Marie

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Mel Sanson

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Green People

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Eric Ness

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Emily Breeze & The Daily Tremors

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COMMUNITY TENT THE COLOURFUL COMMUNITY TENT HOUSES LOCAL SERVICES, SOCIAL & SUPPORT GROUPS UNDER ONE HUGE RAINBOW CANVAS

INFORMATION, EMPLOYMENT, SERVICES, HEALTH & EDUCATION. The hugely popular Community Tent sits at the heart of Pride Bristol. Inside the tent you’ll find an array of community groups & organisations, ranging from support groups to sports, outdoors & social clubs. Large local service providers & campaign groups are also present to hear your views & to answer your questions. AVON AND SOMERSET CONSTABULARY

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LGBT HEALTH FORUM

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BRISTOL FEMINIST NETWORK

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Local services whether voluntary or statutory provide a pivotal role in supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual & trans communities. From voluntary organisations & emergency services to local authorities, drop by and find out what they are doing to champion LGBT issues.

For an up-to-date list of the organisations present please see www.pridebristol.org

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QUEER TENT AN OPEN & ALTERNATIVE SPACE THAT CELEBRATES DIFFERENCE. DROP BY FOR A MIX OF MUSIC, DJS & PERFORMANCE The space is curated by the organisers of the popular alternative night, PSYCHO:DRAMA. Safe & welcoming space showcasing an exciting mixture of live music, performance, art, DJs & interactivity. The queer tent hosts a friendly space for less mainstream tastes. Prepare to have your ears & eyes opened.

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T-TOE (Manchester) Trombone-tooting headliner blends drum & bass, dubstep, electro & live trombone. Prepare to be blown away.

3:30 PSYCHO:DRAMA DJs (Bristol)

PSYCHO:DRAMA DJs (Bristol) DJs Ant, Ryan & Ian play head-to-head.

3 pm DJ NOIZY DAN (Nottingham)

VENUS NOIR (Bristol) A fun, flirtatious & exciting perfomer.

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DFS DJs (Nottingham) Ashe & Dan from Dirty Filthy Sexy spin electro, punk, fab 80s & glam stompers.

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RAINBOW DOWN (Nottingham) “Electro-homo-solo” artist combines off-kilter beats & twisted disco synths.

An eclectic mix of punk, rock, queercore, electro & alternative anthems.

DJ, producer & composer, Noizydan collaborates with bands including The Beaufort Scale.

2 pm *NANCY* (Bristol) New singer/songwriter with hooky dance hits. *Nancy* soundtrack Bristol’s latest gay film success ‘Buffering’.

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DJ PonyM (Bristol) Horseplay DJs open the day in style. Expect edgy underground disco, early house & forgotten pop.

Check the tent on the day for full line-up & timings. More info at www.pridebristol.org

The Queer Tent is a non-judgemental, trans-friendly space. Well-briefed security monitor the area & a changing room is provided within the tent.

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CREATIVE SPACE SHOWCASING PERFORMANCES FROM YOUNG PEOPLE (13 – 19 YEAR OLDS) Prides are driven by the passion & energy of young people. Supported by KPMG, the Youth Zone is a vibrant, vital part of Pride Day. Homophobic bullying at school & at home is a challenge for thousands of young people. We’re proud to include an area run by & for LGBT young people & their allies. Expect live music & dance. Come & see the stars of the future.

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FREEDOM YOUTH Freedom Youth is a group for LGBT young people, & those questioning their sexuality aged 13-21.  Based in central Bristol they meet weekly and offer a friendly social space & support. Performers include young songwriter Fleur Brook. NEW GENERATION TAKEOVER Young innovators of today, inspiration of tomorrow. NGT are young event managers with a passion for making Bristol’s fine talent heard. They provide opportunities for a range of young local artists, bands & dancers to perform alongside headline acts.

3 pm ABORIGINAL DANCE CREW

Fresh new performances from this up-and-coming Street & Hip Hop dance crew.

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HOOPING MAD Bristol’s world-leading Hula Hoopers take over the youth zone. Watch the performance or get involved.

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BRISTOL UNIVERSITY LGBT SOCIETY Performers include ‘Sam & Friends’ a band with a quirky twist on covers & original songs that are catchy & fun.

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OUT UWE Live music & performances from UWE LGBT society.

Look out for the Live Art stand situated next to the youth area.

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CABARET STAGE CABARET, DRAG, SIGNSONG, GLAMOUR & MORE FROM BRISTOL & BEYOND

No Pride is complete without hyper-glamorous drag queens, colour & a dash of cabaret. The Cabaret Stage is where you’ll find the finest entertainers from the South West & London. Flamboyant, fun, risqué & always unpredictable, these performers can work & wow a crowd. Heckle at your peril – the comebacks might cut you. Performers are grouped in timeslots. We’ll add more to the bill, so please check the line-up at the cabaret stage on pride day to be sure you don’t miss your favourites.

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Swing Thing Trayla Trash

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Lewis J Winter (Singer) Tanya Hyde

2 pm

Chrisie Edkins Wilma Fingadoo

4 pm

Mary Golds Loui Andrew George (Singer) Bangers & Mash

1:15 pm

Fletch@ (Sign Song) Miss Match Fanny Dazzle

Performer Details Are Available At www.pridebristol.org

The Cabaret Stage is a spectacular explosion of glitz, glamour & sequins.. Expect razor sharp wit, spot-on lip-synching, soaring vocals & sparkling performances from everyone.

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ENJOY A PRIVATE BAR, ATTENTIVE HOSTS & CHAMPAGNE ON ICE Located in the main stage arena, the Pride VIP area adds a touch of luxury to the Pride Day experience. Join our VIP partners & special guests whilst enjoying the exclusive bar, band stand views, Big Wave photo booth & separate VIP toilets. AREA HOSTS : MEMBERS BRISTOL : Networking Group for Gay Professionals INDIGO BRISTOL : Networking Group for Lesbian & Bi Women DINING OUT EVENTS : Pop-up events for Bristol’s LGBT foodies

BENEFITS INCLUDE : Access to the VIP Area Great views of the Main Stage Attentive Hosts Complimentary Drink Private Bar Private Toilets Night passes to all official Pride Night Afterparties

Hosts from Members & Indigo will greet you with a complimentary glass of champagne, & a warm welcome. Dining Out bring their creative flair to the VIP area & will be serving complimentary afternoon tea and ‘6 o’clock’ Gin. The VIP experience doesn’t stop when Castle Park closes, VIP ticket holders also get passes to all official Pride Night after parties.

Tickets are available from the Pride Website www.pridebristol.org/tickets

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PRIDE NIGHT LISTINGS : CLUBS WONDERLAND 2.0 After 2010’s spectacular Pride Afterparty where TRINITY VENUE 1,200 of you packed into the Old Fire Station, 10 pm - 4 am Wonderland moves to an exciting new venue TIME for 2011; Trinity, a converted church at the top £10 Advance / £8 Early Bird PRICE of the Gay Village. THE HEAVENS main room features alt-pop, electro-pop, synth, indie & guilty pleasures. DJ sets from Bright Light Bright Light (Pride Main Stage/Popjustice), Motel, Katie Dane (What a Drag) & Zoe-Anne (Mutiny). THE INFERNO upstairs features hip-hop, dubstep, MCs, R’n’B, dancehall & dirty disco from Dutty Girl, Crack Magazine & Da Line Up Krew. **Special performance from ‘Queen of Burlesque’ Keda Breeze of Hoochie Coochie Kabaret**. Open to everyone. Expect spectacular décor, demons, spirits & a night to remember. TICKETS: Available in advance from the Pride Bristol website www.pridebristol.org & Bristol Ticket Shop (0117 929 9008). Advance booking recommended. **ALL PROCEEDS GO TO PRIDE BRISTOL**

FLAMINGOS VENUE TIME PRICE

QUEENSHILLING FLAMINGOS 10 pm - 8 am £10

Flamingos, is the South West’s only Gay superclub. Arena 1: Pride Special - Resident DJs play the best in commercial chart, R&B, pop, indie & party anthems. Arena 2: Electrocute returns for an awesome night of house & electro.

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A raunchy themed event with sexy boy’s burlesque, fire-eaters pyrotechnics sparks & much more. Longest established gay venue. Premium bar, excellent service, amazing DJs & Entertainment.

TICKETS: Flamingos, Queenshilling & OMG are part of a Pride Night Wristband Deal. Pay once & gain entry to all clubs. See website for details. Advance tickets available - see venues for details. £2 from each wristband sold goes to Pride Bristol.

OMG VENUE TIME PRICE

ONE OMG 10 pm - 5 am £10

Located on the site of the old Vibes club on Frogmore St OMG is the newest gay club in Bristol. Big, bold & glitzy expect house, chart & party music all night. TICKETS: See details above - as listings 2 & 3

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Soulful and funky house for LGBT people from all sectors of the community, their friends & admirers. Featuring ONE resident DJ NYX. TICKETS: On the door, discount with flyer.

PRIDE NIGHT LISTINGS : BARS THE PHOENIX VENUE TIME PRICE

6 THE PHOENIX 12 pm - 2 am FREE

After Pride Garden Party. Eat FREE at the Phoenix’s BBQ. Their new modern garden is now open & FREE food will be served to those with a Pride Wristband. Food served from 8pm. Donations towards Pride Bristol are welcome.

THE LOUNGE VENUE TIME PRICE

8 THE LOUNGE 8 pm - 1:30 am FREE

OMT VENUE TIME PRICE

7 THE OLD MARKET TAVERN 7 pm - 2 am FREE

The Old Market Tavern is a traditional pub serving a good range of ales & food 7 days a week. The OMT has a fantastic beer garden & it’s friendly, laid back atmosphere means it can get very busy at weekends. Donations towards Pride Bristol are welcome.

BBB VENUE TIME PRICE

9 THE BRISTOL BEAR BAR 3 pm - 4 am FREE

Intimate bar in Old Market with a lovely chilled atmosphere. The Lounge attracts a friendly, mixed crowd. Great drinks promos too.

The Bristol Bear Bar is the only bespoke bear bar in the UK. A huge hit with bears & their admirers the Bear Bar has an eclectic music policy and lively yet laid back atmosphere.

Donations towards Pride Bristol are welcome.

Donations towards Pride Bristol are welcome.

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THE RETREAT VENUE TIME PRICE

11 THE RETREAT 8 pm - 2 am FREE

Formerly the Gin Palace, this landmark central Bristol bar is the sister-bar to the Bristol Bear Bar. Head here for an outrageous night of camp fun, cabaret & watch out for the historic sloping floor.

A fun night of commercial dance, pop, R&B & party anthems. Located in Old Market the Retreat is the largest gay bar to ever open in Bristol.

Donations towards Pride Bristol are welcome.

Donations towards Pride Bristol are welcome.

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THE OLD CASTLE GREEN 8 pm - 4 am FREE

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In the heart of the gay village the Old Castle Green is a chilled out bar with welcoming staff and clientele. Often opening very late the Old Castle Green has long been an after-club bar.

The Pineapple is Bristol’s oldest gay bar. Located on St Georges Road, a stones throw from OMG the Pineapple is a friendly, buzzing bar. Party tunes all night long.

Donations towards Pride Bristol are welcome.

Donations towards Pride Bristol are welcome.

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PRIDE BRISTOL 2011

THE PRIDE TEAM PRIDE BRISTOL IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY… FESTIVAL DIRECTORS : PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR : PARTNERSHIPS DIRECTOR : MARKETING DIRECTOR :

Dr Anna Rutherford Daryn Carter Amy Wilson

PRIDE OFFICE : GRAPHIC DESIGN : PRESS OFFICER : COMMUNITY LEAD : COMMUNITY LIAISON : BME LEAD : GRANTS & ACCESS LEAD : MARKETING ASSISTANTS :

Dylan Glynn Louise Trimby Rosie Buckland Ross Harrison Mike Evans Annabelle Armstrong-Walter Mark Froggat, Charlotte Bossick, Harry Bevan, Kelvin Chen,

SITE MANAGERS : MAIN STAGE : SHOWCASE STAGE : COMMUNITY TENT : QUEER TENT : CABARET STAGE : YOUTH AREA : VIP AREA : DÉCOR LEAD: RECYCLING & WASTE : SITE MANAGEMENT : HEALTH & SAFETY OFFICER :

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Pride Directors & Anton Lockwood (DHP) Rosie Halton Rosie Buckland Ant Peplar, Ian Walters & Ryan Bradley Joe Cheyne & Aled Osborne Jennie Drew Bernie Hodges (Members Bristol), Suzanne Doyle (Indigo Bristol) James Rennie (Dining Out Events), Tyrone Jones Fraser Cook David Robertson Graham Macvoy (GMC Events) Tom Solly (GMC Events)

THANK YOU To the generous people who have assisted with street-teaming, fundraising, awareness-raising & making Pride Day happen! Adam Hodges, Alex Hood, Alexandra Hofgartner, Alison Bown, Amy Mason, Andy Blackburn, Andy Foyle, Anna Chard, Anna Grear, Anna Kalin, Anton Gasteiger, Ashleigh McPherson, Ashley Jones, Barbara McPhail, Bea Roberts, Ben Mosley, Ben Paxton, Ben Prater, Ben Roden, Bernie Hodges, Brian Wilson, Bristol Bisons RFC , Bristol Panthers FC, Bristol Uni LGBT, Carly Pearce, Caroline Kelly, Ceri Lowe-Petraske, Charlie Beaton, Charlie George, Charlie Humphreys, Chris Farr, Chris Oldham, Christiaan De Villiers, Christian Martin, Claire Bradley, Dan Chandler, Daniel Smart, Daniel Heland, Danny Mathers, Danny Rouse, Darren Stapleford, Darren Jones, Darryl Bullock, David Robertson, David Whittaker, Dean Chapman, Debbie Porter, Dining Out, Doug Hobbs, Drag Ball Volunteers, Elisha Hocking, Ellie Coates, Emily Bray, Emily Koch, Emily Munday, Emma Henry, Fiona Bennett, Freddie Daw, Gareth Taylor, Georgina Trevor, Graham MacVoy, Harriet Robinson, Harry Bevan, Holly Beasley-Garrigan, Holly McDade, Jack Gibbon, Jack and Tom, Jamie Lindsay, Jay Medway, Jayne Graham-Cummings, Jessica MacDonald, Jo McDonald,Joe Spurgeon, John McBride, Josh Westaway, Karen-Marie Yeates, Kate Lee, Kate Wildman, Katie McKeown, Kerry McCarthy MP, Kim LeBlanc, Kylie Hopwood, Lauren Macauley, Leah Churchill, Leo Mahon, Lindsay Aldington, Lisa Garbett, Lori Dunn, Lou Taylor, Louise Lloyd, Madeleine Jeanrenaud, Malcom Massiah, Marianna Hadjiloizi, Mark Bradshaw, Mark Hubbard, Mark Lee, Mary Milton, Matt Beamish, Matt O’Brien, Matthew Symmonds, Michelle Bradford, Michelle McMorrow, Mike Bennett, Miriam Battye, Monica Crespo, Monique Kerr, Nat Lima, Natalie Diaper, Natasha Dummelow, Nathan Thomson, Neil Stoodley, Nica Jones, Nick Finegan, Nick Stephenson, Nigel Cooke, Pat Somers, Paul Housden, Paul Madley, Paul Stoodley, Paul Taylor, Peers Woollen, Pete Aiton, Peter Holt, Poppie Cullen, Rebecca Addy, Rebecca Gordge, Richard Evans, Ronan DeBurca, Roni Bruno, Rosa Middleton, Roxy Butler, Roz Hutchings, Russell Coghlan, Ruth Bartleet, Sam Dent, Sam Olof, Sarah Gledhill, Sarah Minter, Scott Farmer, ShoutOut Radio , Simon Lloyd, Simon Nelson, Simon Fewkes, Sing Out Bristol, Sophie Burton, Stephanie Siu, Stephen Williams MP, Steve BBB, Steve Bell, Stewart Hall, Stuart Hayles, Synth Media, Tamarisk Kay, Tanya Hazell, Tash Jones, THT, Tom Marshman, Tom Rawlinson, Tom Strode, Tom Wragg-Smith, Toni Massari, Tony Pitt, Tracey Pike, Trevor Greenhalgh, Trish Hodson, UWE LGBT, Voscur, Will Warren, Yukiko Hosomi, Zahra Barri…

Many more of you will have joined us after this goes to print. So a big thank you to all Performers, Stewards & Marshalls, Street Teamers & Litter Pickers, &to everyone else that we may have missed.

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