6 British LGBTQIA+ cultural festivals to watch in 2022
A England LGBTQIA+ is one of the most progressive countries in the world when it comes to rights and an accessible and welcoming target for all races, sexual orientations or gender identities: “We believe Communities where people live freely; Attract talent and business investment; Promote cultural exchange and travel and become more sustainable and prosperous. “Said Paul Cougar, senior vice president of the United States and global chief diversity officer. Visit to UK.
Also recently Visit to UK LGBTQIA+ has released a free downloadable guide to promote UK travel neste link.
Throughout the year, you can find LGBTQIA+ film, art and artistic expression festivals in the UK. the British Council Brazil, Via your Instagram profile, lists some of the most popular cultural diversity events taking place there:
If you’re visiting the UK in early spring, it’s well worth stopping by South side. Considered the largest LGBTQIA+ film festival in Europe, this year’s event is scheduled for March 16-27.
Five images for freedom
Since 2015, or British advice, In collaboration with BFI Combustion, Features 5 short films (online, worldwide!) with LGBTQIA+ themes. Photos for the 2022 edition have already been selected, and more information will soon be posted on UK Instagram.
A national transgender Charity Organize or weekend “Task“Promote culture D.Works in UK. Every year in July, the last edition was held online due to social isolation activities. In 2022, the event is scheduled for July 8-10.
Iris celebrates LGBTQIA+ cinema all year round, but the festival takes place in October. As the name suggests, the £30,000 prize pool per short is one of the big highlights.
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland’s Annual LGBTQIA+ Arts Festival, The Explosion Ten Days features discussions and debates around theatre, film, music, literature, visual arts, local and international artists and performers. The event takes place in November, and it’s worth it!
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From films to test installations, this LGBTQIA+ Festival stands out for bringing workshops and discussions. It usually takes place in November and promotes specific projects throughout the year.
VisitBritain presents the LGBTQIA+ UK travel guide