Smashing down the ‘LGBT+ Free Zones’ Film, Panel and Party
  • London Fringe

Smashing down the LGBT+ Free Zones Film, Panel and Party - SOLIDARITY IS OUR WEAPON!

Celebrate our Polish Pride icons who have been on the frontline of smashing down the Polish Governments sexist and homophobic LGBT+ Free Zone ideology on the first night of their Make Poland Queer Again UK Tour - all profits go to Lambda Szczecin and Fundacja Ocalenie - Read all about it - BIALYSTOK PRIDE: POLISH LGBTQ PEOPLE MARCH DEFIANTLY IN A CITY SURROUNDED BY 'LGBT-FREE ZONES'

Mon 22nd November 2021 - 7.30 - 10.30pm at The Glory, 281 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8AS, United Kingdom - tickets are suggested donation 5

Remember that you are not alone, you are not a freak of nature, and your sexuality or gender identity is normal and important. Avtomat - Queer composer, producer, DJ and vocalist

I get an ocean of love from queers like moths to the light. Monika Pacyfka Tichy - Women's Strike and Pride organiser

We are the first front line. We go ahead and say what it is ukasz Jurewicz - Stonewall activist, artist

The image of homosexual people as dangerous is a form of social intimidation and antagonization. Szymon Adamczak - Dramaturg, theatre and performance maker

With Dan Glass - Bender Defender, activist and film presenter of Never Again - Fighting the Polish Far Right and performances from Xrol from SLAV 4U - UK's Polish drag collective and the world's biggest queer Polish party celebrating Slavic culture and Polish pop! Na zdrowie!

Make Poland Queer Again (MPQA) exist to strategise effectively and produce key solidarity initiatives to endangered Polish prides. MPQA want:
Freedom from oppression and equal rights for all
To spread solidarity with other oppressed groups across borders / Contact / press enquiries - [email protected]

With thanks to The Glory / The Gay Liberation Front (GLF) / Farsa / SLAV 4 / Redfish and ALL OUT.

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