Manchester Pride in your Living Room: Mel C, Youngr & Lady Leshurr

This week's line-up is a belter...

By Manchester's Finest | 23 April 2020

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Following the success of the first Live In Your Living Room last Friday night, Manchester Pride has announced a second line-up for this Friday 24th April in its bid to improve life at home for LGBTQ+ people across the world.

Manchester Pride: Live In Your Living Room will see four weeks of Friday night shows made up of performances from Manchester Pride Festivals 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Last week, thousands tuned in to Manchester Pride’s YouTube channel to watch past performances from Liberty X, Louisa and Rita Ora. The second evening, this Friday 24th April, will feature sets from Youngr, Lady Leshurr & Ex Spice Girl Mel C starting at 8pm.

The four weeks of past performances will be followed by four weeks of yet to be announced new content from the LGBTQ+ charity. Each night viewers will be encouraged to follow Manchester Pride’s social media channels for the chance to enter competitions to win festival tickets and merchandise.

Mark Fletcher, chief executive for Manchester Pride, said; “Our audience has told us that it was so nice in this very unpredictable time to forget their worries and dance around their living rooms last Friday and I can’t wait for us to do it again this week. I was thrilled that so many people joined us and came together to share their experiences on our social channels as they watched.”

“Whilst this activity is primarily about bringing joy to LGBTQ+ in their living rooms we are also asking that anyone who can support us with a donation does so. We recognise that statistically, LGBTQ+ people are at much higher risk of experiencing poor mental health at a time like this and we are keen to keep our activity within our communities at the level it should be and the support of the many organisations and individuals who are often so generous is as invaluable as ever right now.”

The performances will be hosted on YouTube and will only be online for a limited time so viewers need to watch it live or miss out.

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