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Wednesday 17 December 2014

Meghan "ALL ABOUT THAT BASS" Trainor To Headline Dinah Shore 2015!



Los Angeles, CA – Pop sensation Meghan Trainor is confirmed to headline the highly anticipated 25th Anniversary of the legendary Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend, April 1-5, 2015 in Palm Springs, CA.

The 20-year-old singer-songwriter from Nantucket will grace the main stage of the Palm Springs Convention Center during the Dinah’s “Black Party” on Saturday, April 4th, 2015 in Palm Springs, CA.

Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend, popularly known as “The Dinah”, is the biggest & largest lesbian event of its kind in the world.  Founded and produced by Mariah Hanson, The Dinah has, for the past 25 years, continuously been changing minds and changing lives, offering women from all over the world the opportunity to express their true selves and gain an extraordinary amount of self worth.   

Considered a bucket list event by lesbians of all ages, The Dinah continues to inspire, provoke and entertain.

With The Dinah, Hanson has created a haven where acceptance and tolerance rule. More than a pop song with an infectious beat, “Bass” is a bold self-acceptance message that shares and celebrates the same life philosophy as The Dinah: be free to be who you are.

“Meghan Trainor is the perfect artist to headline the 2015 Dinah, our milestone year. Her song is a record breaking number one billboard hit, and in addition it invokes a new social paradigm that places less emphasis on the exterior and more emphasis on the fact that we are all beautiful and that that beauty comes in many shapes, colors and sizes. I'm especially proud to join with Meghan in sending out this wonderful life-affirming message to our guests. It's time. And it's our time!“ says Mariah Hanson, founder and promoter of Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend.

Trainor’s insanely catchy single “All About That Bass” was #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for eight consecutive weeks, rewriting the record for the longest-ruling No. 1 single ever released on Epic Records - dethroning The King of Pop’s "Billie Jean" in 1983 and  "Black or White” in 1991, which were on top for seven weeks.
“All About that Bass” has already gone four times platinum and has also become the longest-leading No. 1 by a woman this year.

The unstoppable Trainor is kicking off 2015 with a bang embarking on her first ever North American headline tour, THAT BASS tour. In the meantime, she has already released the second single, “Lips Are Movin,'” from her upcoming debut Album “Title” out January 13, 2015, which is quickly climbing up the charts.  Meghan was nominated for “New Artist of the Year” at the American Music Awards and is up for Best New Female Musician at the LOGO NewNowNext Awards. 

Hanson’s natural knack for spotting the next best thing in music has transformed The Dinah into the inescapable venue for newcomers to breakthrough. Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Kesha and just this year Iggy Azalea are a few examples of artists who, post-Dinah, systematically went on to hit international superstar status.

The music industry now looks at The Dinah as a pivotal indicator in the success of emerging artists' careers, and has put the festival on the A list of all festivals. The Dinah has undeniably made a name for itself as not only an important festival landmark welcoming the biggest names in the music industry; but also the MUST-DO Spring event of the Palm Springs festival season.

Meghan Trainor is the first confirmed headliner joining the 2015 Dinah Entertainment Line-Up.  Mariah Hanson will be announcing more top-notch performers by the end of the year and early 2015.

April 1-5, 2015 Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend is turning twenty-five and taking the landmark event to new heights … from EPIC to HISTORIC!


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Sunday 14 December 2014

Femme, F**k You!: I Serve You Beer, You Don’t “Know” Me!

by Lauren W

For those of you who don’t know, alongside writing and editing my own blog, I work in a bar in the centre of a major British city. Now, don’t take this article to mean that I don’t enjoy my job – I most definitely do. I love meeting new people every day, I love how every day is different, and I love the people I work with. But I need to take this time to tell you rant to you about what I cannot stand in my everyday life when it comes to where I work:


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Monday 8 December 2014

WIN!: An Exclusive "ANATOMY OF A LOVE SEEN" Gift Bag

Marina Rice Bader 
Launches Special Giveaway Contest!
Saying THANK YOU to Fans 
For the Success Of “ Anatomy of A Love Seen” 

with 10 Exclusive Gift Bags

Los Angeles, CA - T’is the season to be giving back!

Out filmmaker Marina Rice Bader  has launched an exclusive online contest to celebrate the success of her directorial debut “Anatomy of A Love Seen”. The Filmmaker is personally saying "thank you” to her fans with 10 exclusive gift bags to be given out on December 27th, Bader’s Birthday. 


Friday 5 December 2014

Femme F**K You!: "Lesbian Movies Suck (and we all know it!)"

by Lauren W

There is one thing that has bothered me since the dawn of lesbian movies. That’s right, it’s lesbian movies.

Don’t get me wrong, there are times when lesbian movies can be great. For instance, when you’re a young queer girl trying to “find yourself” and all of that other high school bullshit, lesbian movies can help in that you finally realise there are other people like you. You finally realise that romance is not always heterosexual, and that Romeo & Juliet could easily have been Rhonda & Juliet. You finally realise that those kids who picked on you in sophomore year did not truly know the real world, and that attractive, non-stereotypical lesbians really do exist.

And that is probably where the positives end, to be honest.

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Tuesday 2 December 2014

Girls That Roam Sponsors the Women's Travel Festival 2015

San Francisco, Calif. - November 10, 2014) Girls That Roam is proud to sponsor the second-annualWomen's Travel Fest 2015.

Women travelers will flock to San Francisco to attend the Women's Travel Fest February 27 - March 1 to listen to other women travelers, such as Felicity Aston, Lisa Ling, and Patricia Schultz, tell their stories of adventure and pushing their personal boundaries.

Featured panels include "Going Further on Less," a discussion about budget travel, and another "Breaking Free," a discussion about transformative travel after life shakes you to your core.

"We are proud to sponsor this event that is so much in line with Girls That Roam's goals to encourage women to explore the world and pushing personal boundaries and perceptions of women around the world beyond what we could imagine through travel. This year's speakers do exactly that." said Heather Cassell, publisher and editor of Girls That Roam.

The three-day event will be hosted at the San Francisco Design Center (101 Henry Adams Street) in San Francisco. Early-bird passes range from $75 for a one day pass to $125 for a weekend pass. Prices go up after November 29 to $50 for a two-day pass only to workshops only to $175 for a weekend pass.

Girls That Roam will have a booth at the Women's Travel Fest. Stop by to learn more about our travel magazine and to find out about travel opportunities.

The Women's Travel Fest is produced by the founder of the Go! Girl Guides Kelly Lewis and her gallivanting team.

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Saturday 29 November 2014

Lesbian Musician DJ Chillz Releases New Webisodes!

London-based lesbian DJ Chillz (who you may remember from THIS post) has released an-all new webisode documenting her life as a lesbian DJ!

The second episode in her web series entitled "Hustle of a Female DJ" is available RIGHT HERE!:

Listen to DJ Chillz' new mixtape by clicking HERE!

Wednesday 26 November 2014


Los Angeles, CA - Out filmmaker Marina Rice Bader has released the exclusive music video for her hugely popular directorial debut “Anatomy of a Love Seen”. The title song “Runaway” written bySarah Smith, Pete Ash and Jenniffer Kae and performed by Sarah Smith, is the film’s catchy tune which fans can now watch on YouTube:

With distribution powerhouse Gravitas Ventures acquiring the North American distribution rights to "Anatomy of a Love Seen”, the film will be available nation-wide on multiple VOD platforms starting November 4, 2014.  Bader’s film will be out in over 100 million homes with numerous cable, satellite and telco operators including iTunes, Direct TV, Dish Network, Time Warner, Comcast and Mediacom to name a few. 

Anatomy of a Love Seen stars Hollywood newcomers Sharon Hinnendael, Jill Evyn and Constance Brenneman.  This film within a film explores love in all its painful and messy glory.  Two women who shot a love scene for a film are in to re-shoot the scene, but without nudity, so the film can air on broadcast television. One hitch, and it’s a big one, Mal and Zoey, the stars of the film, had fallen in love during that scene. Mal inexplicably exits the relationship, leaving Zoey devastated. Now, they must re-shoot that magic moment … and action.

Sunday 23 November 2014

Dinah Shore Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary!



Palm Springs, CA - The legendary Dinah Shore Weekend, founded and produced by Mariah Hanson under her Club Skirts marquee, has officially commenced the six-months long celebration of its Silver Anniversary.

April 1-5, 2015 Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend is turning twenty-five and taking the event to a new zenith.

Twenty-five years of excellence and unwavering commitment to deliver world-class entertainment and top notch customer service that continue as Mariah Hanson and her team commemorate the landmark by honoring the partnerships that have been part of the amazing journey and contributed to the event’s stratospheric success.

A quarter-century ago, Mariah Hanson did more than just kick-start her Dinah. She also and most importantly launched what would become her enduring legacy to both the city of Palm Springs and the LGBT community.

From a small, one-night event at a Palm Springs museum with 1,500 participants twenty-five years ago, to booking lavish locations at deluxe hotels over five days of epic pool parties and world-class entertainment with some 15,000-plus attendees and major corporate sponsors today, Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend has evolved into one of Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley’s largest tourism boosters and undisputed biggest lesbian event of its kind in the world.

The natural symbiosis shared by these two iconic LGBT Mecca has continuously been a match made in heaven. More than a tradition The Dinah Shore Weekend has over these past 25 years (and counting) become a Palm Springs institution and one of the city’s most popular spring attractions.

Once the party pied-a-terre of Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack, who turned Palm Springs into America’s most glamorous destination for the glitterati in the 1950s, the famous sunny oasis has now gotten back in the swing of things to once again reclaim its status as one of Hollywood’s hippest playground and the world hub for major high-profile festivals and special events.

The envy of the world with its 360-days of sunshine, the swanky modern city of glitz and glamour has been attracting a new generation of visitors from young hipsters, international jet-setters to Hollywood A-listers and socialites, who vie for the ultra-chic weekend getaway of martini-sipping, cabana lounging and celebrity sightseeing.
As one of the early pioneers, the Dinah has become one of Palm Spring staple events sharing the spotlight with the likes of the Coachella Music Festival, Stagecoach, The Palm Springs International Film Festival, the BNP Paribas Open Trophy, and the PGA and LPGA golf tournaments –all intrinsically linked to the famous desert community.
In the span of twenty five years The Dinah has cemented its status as not only an event the entertainment industry’s most elite go to but also as a trendsetting event that music industry insiders watch and jockey to book their artists’ performances.
It is the only acknowledged all-girl party that features such a phenomenal line-up of talent to ever to perform at a lesbian event. Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Colbie Caillat, India Arie, The Pussycat Dolls, Kesha and more recently Iggy Azalea, are just a few examples of major recording artists that headlined the epic event while still "unknown" and then systematically went on to hit international superstardom.

While The Dinah has been spearheading music careers, it has, most importantly, also been transforming lives and making a difference in and for the LGBT community. Offering an unparalleled one-of-a-kind experience for myriads of women who come every year from all over the world to enjoy the freedom to be who they truly are without fearing the judgment of others, and gain, as well, a tremendous amount of self worth. 

The event has also been serving as a platform to mobilize the LGBT community around humanitarian projects and social issues, famously partnering in previous years with a variety of activist associations and charity organizations such as GLAAD, HRC, NOH8, Love is Louder, Equality California, and The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center among others. 
The Dinah has certifiably come to represent an ever-growing movement that has crossed over to mainstream bringing more and more visibility to the lesbian community - one that had never existed before.

Now ready to soar to new heights, the 25th installment of The Dinah is already expected to be one of the major highlights of the 2015 Palm Springs festival season.

Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend is not just breaking grounds; it is making history!

Thursday 20 November 2014

Ben Bridge Jeweler Extends Presence of Rony Tennenbaum Jewelry Collection To Three of its West Coast Locations

Seattle, WA - Ben Bridge Jeweler is proud to announce the expansion of Rony Tennenbaum’s Wedding Jewelry collection to three of its locations in Seattle, San Diego and Los Angeles. In less than a year since inaugurating Tennenbaum’s collection in two of its Washington State stores, the world-renowned retailer has seen rapid growth in demand for Tennenbaum’s niche collections.

As acceptance of gay marriage continues to grow across the country, the LGBT wedding market has increased dramatically. The expansion of the Tennenbaum Jewelry line to three additional retail stores mirrors the nationwide embrace of today's evolving culture, traditions, expectations and new frontiers of same sex marriage - now part of the new normal.

The Tennenbaum brand represents a growing movement offering unprecedented visibility to the LGBT wedding market.

This past April, Rogers & Hollands - one of the largest & oldest family owned jewelry chains in the country - added Tennenbaum’s same-sex bridal jewelry to its Chicago-area stores. More recently, Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry, Michigan's most trusted jeweler since 1977, began carrying jewelry by Rony Tennenbaum in all three of its Detroit locations.  

Continuing to expand its robust network of independent retailers and premier jewelry chains, Tennenbaum’s presence now extends nationwide to include major bridal markets such as California, Michigan, New York, Massachusetts, Florida, Virginia and Connecticut, to name a few. 

Rony Tennenbaum has been revolutionizing the bridal jewelry industry with 25 years of experience creating engagement, wedding, and anniversary rings for straight & same-sex couples. Tennenbaum’s unique pieces are built with fashion in mind and driven by classic, timeless features. Showcasing high-end designs beyond stereotypical rainbows and triangles, the Tennenbaum jewelry line distinguishes itself from the rest by focusing on love rather than sexual orientation.

About Ben Bridge Jeweler

Ben Bridge Jeweler was founded in Seattle, Washington in 1912 on a simple promise: to offer the finest jewelry, best selection, and friendly, knowledgeable service. Family-run for five generations, Ben Bridge operates more than 80 retail stores in 11 states including Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, and Washington.  In 2012, the American Gem Society awarded the Bridge family with a Lifetime Achievement Award in honor of their significant contributions to the jewelry industry.   For more information about Ben Bridge Jeweler visit

Monday 17 November 2014

Rony Tennenbaum's LGBT Jewelry Continues To Spread!



Detroit, MI - Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry stamp its mark in its 37th Anniversary with the arrival of a new wedding jewelry collection from LGBT designer Rony Tennenbaum.

Tapper’s, Michigan's most trusted jeweler since 1977, is expanding its demographic reach and marketing to include the LGBT community by adding a new wedding & engagement jewelry collection created to celebrate marriage and equality. Serving the metro Detroit community, Tapper’s - a royalty in the jewelry industry -  has just announced the addition of Rony Tennenbaum’s Jewelry collection to its bridal cases in each of its three metro-area locations in Novi, Troy and West Bloomfield.

Founded in 1977 by husband-and-wife team Howard and Susan Tapper, the Tapper family considers the values of community involvement, philanthropy and equality to be integral elements in their company’s philosophy and has long taken an accepting stance and being outspoken on support for the LGBT community. 

 “We live by the Golden Rule,” says Steven Tapper, Howard’s brother and the firm’s vice president.. “Treat others the way you want to be treated. It’s real family values—caring for other people.”

The addition of Tennenbaum’s jewelry collection to include same-sex couples as part of their all-inclusive accepted family of consumers is a natural extension of the company’s ethos. Through its "Precious Lives, Precious Metals” charitable campaign,Tapper's Jewelry awarded $300,000 to AIDS organizations benefiting the Midwest AIDS Prevention Project (MAPP) and YouthAIDS.

The partnership between Tapper’s and Tennenbaum marks the celebration and embracement of today's evolving culture, ceremony, traditions, expectations and new frontiers of same sex marriage.

Tennenbaum’s ongoing contribution to the LGBT community (of which he is part) and his commitment within the context of a burgeoning same-sex wedding industry, has him positioned as a recognized and sought-after authority on LGBT wedding jewelry fashion and protocol.

An openly gay jewelry designer striving to make a difference in and for his community, Tennenbaum has been sending a strong message of inclusiveness to the LGBT as well as mainstream communities for over 25 years. His unique wedding and engagement ring styling is built with fashionable timeless features showcasing high end designs beyond stereotypical rainbows and triangles. 

A staple in the jewelry industry, Tapper’s multi-generation family-owned business has been offering an outstanding selection of the highest quality diamonds, fine designer jewelry and luxury timepieces for over three decades.  Representing high-end brands such as Rolex, Cartier, Chopard, Panerai, David Yurman, John Hardy, Escada, Scott Kay and Mikimoto, among many others, the luxury jewelry store has been committed to helping clients “mark the moment of special occasions and life-cycle events”  providing a luxury shopping experience with unparalleled customer service.

It’s no surprise Tapper's Diamonds & Fine Jewelry was voted best place to buy an engagement ring, best jeweler, and best estate jewelry by readers of Hour Detroit magazine in its 2014 Best of Detroit contest - claiming Best of Detroit awards from Hour Detroit for 11 consecutive years.

“It is an honor and privilege for me to be displayed at Tapper’s. I am a strong believer in inclusiveness and family values and I believe Tapper’s encompasses the same feelings towards everyone they cater to.  I applaud their show of support to include “every” family unit and look forward to a fruitful relationship with them and their customers”, says Rony Tennenbaum.

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Friday 14 November 2014

Up & Coming LGBT Music: Mount Sharp

Brooklyn-Based Fuzzcore Trio
Mount Sharp

Premiere Music Video "Icarus" on Impose Magazine

“A mixture of distant and echoed vocals drift in and out of ghostly, sometimes eerie pop guitar, displaying a plethora of influences, and making for an uncomfortably enjoyable (or enjoyably uncomfortable) listening experience.”
-The Deli Magazine
Check out Brooklyn-based fuzzcore rockers, Mount Sharp and their brand new music video for "Icarus" that premiered yesterday on Impose Magazine. Check it out HERE! Impose says, "The “morning streaked glow” of dawn from Mount Sharp’s trio of Sarah Wood, Ryan Zumsen, and Bryan Bruchman is accompanied by a romantic short film that shines the light of day on the feelings and thoughts that are often reserved for restless nights."

More Info:
NYC-based “fuzzcore” trio will release first single, "Icarus," off of their forthcoming EP Weird Fears, set to release later this summer. “Icarus,” premiered on CMJ, who described the track as, “sublimely summery.” Check out the feature HERE. The collection of tracks on the upcoming EP features soft crooning and aggressive shouts. With up-tempo drum beats, distortion-drenched guitars and melodic bass lines, Mount Sharp’s distinct sound comes into fruition.
Having met in Portland, Maine, Sarah Wood (Vocals/Guitar) and Bryan Bruchman (Guitar) ended up as roommates in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, working on songs at home and building the foundation for what would become Mount Sharp. Joined by their friend Ryan Zumsen on bass, they got to work crafting songs about “science and bad decisions” and started playing shows in late 2012. The band is an amalgamation of inspirations, past and present. With inflections of Fleetwood Mac and Joanna Newsom, the band also cites indie powerhouses Yo La Tengo and Dinosaur JR. as influences. The band has played major New York music festivals including CMJ and Northside, and just completed a 4-week residency at Pianos in NYC.

Now in their third year of playing together, the threesome have honed their sound and put out an EP that is simultaneously accessible and original, jangly and ornate, and subtly in your face. “It’s the kind of summer music I need,” says Knox Rd. Lookout for more from Mount Sharp!

Tuesday 11 November 2014

Smirnoff Supports Second Winter Pride UK Arts Awards

Hosted by Irish broadcasting personality Brendan Courtney, Smirnoff supports the second Winter Pride UK Arts Awards, which will culminate in one of the biggest parties of the winter season at Tobacco Dock in East London on Saturday 15 November 2014. 

Stephen Fry, winner of the inaugural Smirnoff Winter Pride UK Luminary of the Year said, "Winter Pride UK is a unique opportunity for up-and-coming artists and performers to showcase their creativity at a key LGBT artistic and cultural event - creative ventures of this kind are all-important for both the arts and LGBT communities."

Open to all artists and performers regardless of their sexuality, Winter Pride UK is a unique celebration of creativity and a dazzling display of the finest performance and visual arts. Held within an iconic London setting steeped in Victorian history, this significant event in the LGBT social calendar brings together leading industry figures, celebrities and enigmatic performers, for an elegant evening of recognition, diversity and outstanding artistic talent.

Jamie Young, Smirnoff Brand Manager, said, “We have supported the LGBT community for many years and are very proud to be partnering the second Winter Pride UK. We have a huge passion with our relationships within the community and with such a pivotal event like this there is no better way for us to show our support.”

The Winter Pride UK Arts Awards not only raises a considerable amount of money for notable charities, it promotes and rewards previously unrecognised artists, creating an important opportunity to embrace diversity and unashamed self-expression.

Simon Tarrant, Director of the Winter Pride UK Arts Awards elaborates, "Our theme this year #Artis... is targeted at artists and performers who want to make a difference. The Awards are open to all artists and performers regardless of their sexuality and we are challenging them to tell us what they think Art Is - to express themselves and create pieces that are adventurous, playful and provocative".

The Arts Awards judging panel is made up of arts industry professionals, comprising Royal and celebrity sculptor Frances Segelman, international musician and "Queen of Harps" Catrin Finch, and gallery director Andrew Lacey, who will host a post Winter Pride UK art exhibition at Lacey Contemporary in Notting Hill from 18-29 November 2014.

Frost Festival will be unveiled in the vast, vaulted Great Gallery at Tobacco Dock featuring a spectacular exhibition of artworks from a group of international artists and the Arts Awards' Finalists, as well as live performances introducing the top talent from this year's Performance Awards. The Winter Pride UK Arts Awards will be presented by personalities from the world of arts, including Lucian Freud's muse and model Sue Tilley and Hermaphrodite celebrity artist XXXora.


Kicking off Frost Festival proceedings in the Great Gallery are are the hostesses with the most-esses John Sizzle and Amantopet with what promises to be a drag extravaganza - sparkles, glitter and off the-scale-camp high jinx and hilarity.   

THE RETURN OF CLUB GHETTO:  Club Ghetto, the London venue that spawned many a legendary LGBT club night, returns for one night only.  They’ll be celebrating all things pop bringing back a selection of DJ’s from Don’t Call Me Babe (Tuesday), Miss Shapes (Thursdays) and Wig Out (Saturdays) to recreate the pop madness of this much loved venue.  Serving up the pop platter are Tommy Turntables (Wig Out, Miss Shapes, DCM Babe) Prince Nelly (Songs Of Praise, Wig Out) and some very special Ghetto Guests.
Izzy Trixx ft. REDNPINK - exclusive live collaboration - For one night only the Girls Arena will host electrohouse DJ and producer Izzy Trixx (Mr Hudson, Maya Jane Coles, Charlie XCX) alongside pride favourites, grime, dubstep, electro duo REDNPINK (Pussy Parlour @ Glastonbury, Ed Sheeran, Misha B, Passing Clouds)
DJ Melody Kane (Radio 1 Xtra, SBTV  -  With a solid reputation thanks to her monthly mix-show on BBC Radio 1Xtra plus experience playing to crowds of 70,000 on line-ups featuring Snoop Dogg, A$AP Rocky, Ms Dynamite and more, Melody Kane - one of few females still spinning vinyl - promises to bring ferocious sounds set to fill the dancefloor ‘til the early hours.
DJ DANA (Brighton) - House, chart, RnB, hip hop and alternative spins, Brighton Pride regular, Brighton Club Revenge resident and one to watch, DJ Dana’s rise from the Manchester student scene has been rapid and well deserved. She’s our number one choice to open the Girls Arena this year!
Bootylicious: London’s longest-running and respected urban LGBT night hosts it’s own area – get ready for some booty-shaking!

Misfits: Mischief and mayhem from East Bloc’s Wednesday night party arriving for the evening with Mark Ashley Dupe on the decks, bringing a serious boogie down and scandalous behaviour as always...

Old Street’s premiere underground haven bring four of their most popular nights to Tobacco Dock with DJs including Tom Stephan, Borja Pena, Dave Kendrick and Chris Camplin (Gay Little Brother) 

Dish:  Offering up a mouth-watering selection of underground house and techno to a loyal following of delicious dishes. Gay, lesbian, butch , camp, trans, cross dressing , gym bunnies, twinks , bears, leather queens or straight - everybody is welcome. As their slogan says... come hungry.. leave happy!

Handsome:  Gives a nod to the gay clubs of the 80s and 90s - classic US house and a positive, uplifting energy define this night.

BLOCHEADS - a house and techno meltdown from dusk 'till dawn: pumpin' beats and relentless sounds mark this night out with its loyal crowd of blocheads that make it one of the busiest gay parties in east London. 

Choice Cuts: The best cuts from choice DJ's and a late night session of quality house for those who like it hard, pumpin' and deep -from those who love to serve it. Gigantic tunes and fresh meat: this is Choice Cuts.

Hosted by PLUS cabaret from: BEARFEST with DJs...

Done and Dusted (Tonker)
The Done & Dusted formula is simple – they play music to make your body move. You can expect lots of energy with plenty of old skool classics mixed wih their latest upfront secret weapons.  Their goal – “to have you dancing non-stop and by the end of the night you should be totally Done & Dusted!"

Ben Jamin & Ross Jones (The Kings Arms) – Soho’s premiere den for bears bring their resident DJ’s along to the Winter Pride party. 

To enter the Arts Awards visit the Winter Pride UK website:

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