This February, Brighton & Hove are celebrating LGBT history month! It marks the 50th anniversary of homosexuality being decriminalised in the UK, and the celebrations take place in the New Steine gardens. The event is going to be called B RIGHT ON FESTIVAL and hosted by The Village MCC. The festival takes place on the first three Sundays of the month, it will include many fun events and they are all completely free!

Alistair Appleton, best known for his 14 seasons on Escape to the Country is also a brilliant therapist, he is bringing a class and meditation exploring how we can delve deeper into our sacred selves. Whilst The Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus are giving a memorial concert, which will be in aid of an LGBT based mental health charity. Andy Black is bringing his successful show ‘Follow the Faun,’ which is a fun and transformative journey full of laughs. After that there is card readings, temporary tattoos, workshops celebrating Judaism, Quakerism, Buddhism and Paganism. There will also be workshops exploring trans voices in the church, prayer and intention, all delivered by LGBT members. The festival is a celebration for all the LGBT community to come and enjoy!

For more information visit the Soul Safari Day events on Facebook and let the LGBT community know you will be there! Links to each festival event can be found here.

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