An evening of debate and performance: Saturday 2nd February | LGBT youth north west

Would the gay gene be a welcomed discovery? Does it exist? Would it make a difference?

Join LGBT Youth North West and Schools Out for an evening of lively debate and spoken word performance on Saturday 2nd February at Taurus Bar on Canal Street, Manchester.

The evening event of the Schools Out National Conference will start at 7pm in the basement area with the option of a meal in the restaurant area of Taurus – Meal and drink for £9.50 from 6pm.

Event programme – 7pm – 9pm:

‘This house would welcome the discovery of the gay gene’ – an interactive debate and discussion with David Alderston & Erinma Ochu from Manchester University.

Music from Hebe Philips

Spoken word performances by Adam Lowe and the Young Writers in Residence

Book your free event ticket to attend the event or meal and event. Donations on the door.

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