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Latest news from PinkUk - our newsletter for March 2021

Painting the world Pink - PinkUk’s newsletter No. 11

London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival
Berlin Pride put it in the diary for 23 July - 25 July.
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Things to do right now... How about the virtual London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival?

This month we are promoting LGBTQ+ culture and what better way to enjoy things at the moment with lockdowns and other restrictions than heading virtually to the 35th London LGBTIQ+ film festival taking place 17 - 28 March?

The festival will be virtual this year, and its film premieres will be available via BFI Player (this app is for UK audiences or those with VPN access). It offers a dynamic programme of the best new LGBTQ+ cinema from around the world, alongside a programme of virtual events, which will be available to audiences for free.

There are 35 short films from around the world available to watch throughout the festival and five LGBTQ+ themed short films available to watch worldwide for free on the British Council Arts’ YouTube channel and on BFI Player. BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival. Enjoy!

Love & Pink Respect from Dave & the team, PinkUk

Prefer to read this newsletter as a PDF?  February 2021

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You can see this newsletter as a PDF magazine (this one) and previous editions on that page. Buyers will have a traditional ad space for the PDF as well as, crucially, distribution to the site user database in the email version. 


Featured Venue: Haven House, Torquay, England

Topaz Guest House

Haven House

This B&B is a delightful, tastefully decorated gay-owned bed and breakfast. It is situated in the prestigious Scarborough Road within the heart of Torquay, a perfect base to explore all that the South Coast has to offer. The Haven offers superior double, standard double and deluxe single en suite rooms. All have flat screen Freeview TV, beverage trays, hairdryers and complimentary toiletries.
Haven House also provide a free electric vehicle charge point for guests.

For more information see the Haven House listing.

Featured Pride: Eastbourne, East Sussex

Eastbourne Pride 2021

Fingers crossed for Eastbourne Pride 2021! This year will be its fourth event and will take place on the 17 July. Eastbourne is a town on the south coast of England between Brighton and Hastings. It is renowned for its famous bandstand, its location near the beauty spots of the white cliffs at Beachy Head and Birling Gap and the Towner art gallery. The parade will be returning to the road leaving from East-bourne Pier to the Princes Park.

Parade formation starts at 10:30am at the pier to leave the pier at 11:45am sharp.
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Prides/LGBTQ+ events

PinkUk prides

Making up for 2021 & 2002 LGBTQ+ Prides

2021 PinkUk now has 79 prides and events in the UK, and a total of 262 prides and events in 33 countries.
2022 we now have 1 pride in the UK, and have a total of 7 prides and events in 7 countries.

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Our review: It's A Sin

its a sin

‘It's A Sin’ is one of the most emotional TV series we’ve seen at PinkUk.  Going through the five-part series starting in 1981 when the AIDS epidemic was starting to take hold. This is one of the most touching and moving captures of how real it was in the 80's. Also, how stigmatised HIV/AIDS were back then. We all had a good cry through the last three episodes and have since had nothing but this series stuck in our minds. You can watch it on All4 App where all episodes are available. We rate this a strong five stars. 5 stars

Some of us remember going through the fear during that decade. Channel4

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