Prestwich Pride have announced its first event this year, with a Queer film screening and a disco evening during the Valentine's Day period.

The event will be held on Friday, February 16 at The Carlton Club in collaboration with Prestwich Community Cinema.

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Whether people are looking for an alternative Valentine’s date night or making plans with friends, the event welcomes everyone to attend and all for a good cause.

Proceeds raised from the evening will be donated to Greater Manchester charity, Trans Mutual Aid Manchester, a mutual aid group that help trans and non-binary people in Greater Manchester.

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Prestwich Pride Director, Shahram Kasiri, said: “The night kicks-off our 2024 line-up of events and we’re grateful for the continued support of the community, without them we can’t raise money for local LGBTQ+ charities, whilst having fun along the way.”

Popcorn will be at the ready for 7pm, as the night kicks-off with a screening of the Queer romantic drama, “Passages".

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At 9.30pm, Love Hangover DJ, Jus't, will be taking to the decks, transforming The Carlton Club into a disco haven that will be a night of energetic beats and celebration.

Tickets are priced at £7 and can be purchased now through Skiddle.

For those wanting to head down later, entry after 9:30 pm will be accepted as a donation at the door.