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Church

Church is a LGBTQ+ alternative and eclectic event in an inclusive and safe venue, taking place on our second floor event space and covered & heated balcony.

DJ Vee and friends will be mixing it up for the dance floor !

Church is a free event running from 4pm to 9pm. 

Freedom Angels Queer Christmas Quiz

Join the Angels of Freedom for our final event of the year, with our Angel Dean playing quizmaster at the LGBT+ themed quiz. All the fun of the festive season.

Maximum 4 people per team - please ensure you book your tickets via Eventbrite for entry on the evening.

Our quiz will be commencing immediately following our monthly LGBT+ Coffee & Cake Cafe event, which you're also welcome to join.

Hyde Park Picture House: Rebel Dykes + Live Q&A and zine-making workshop

This is a special Reclaim The Frame screening which includes a Rebel Dykes themed zine making workshop run by Leeds-based archivist and zine maker Kirsty Fife who’s projects cover intersections between fat, gender, class, sexuality, work and DIY cultures. Contributing to the workshop will also be Rebel Dykes producer and archivist, Siobhan Fahey. Following the film, there will Q&A with Siobhan and hosted by Rebel Dykes executive producer, and Birds’ Eye View director, Melanie Iredale.

Groovy Shoes Presents: The Festival Of Jazzus Christ

Join us for The Festival Of Jazzus Christ. Our resident drag queen extraordinaire Lambrini Von Damn will be hosting the night, and performing a raunchy lip sync! We will also be joined in holy spirit by the incredible:

Santino & Usna

The Goddess Collective

Mica Sefia

The festival of Jazzus Christ falls between the sacred holidays of Halloween and Christmas, providing a celebratory rebirth of the queer soul through the powerful rhythmic waters of music.

Talk: Keepers of the City’s Queer Past

The recent West Yorkshire Queer Stories project brought all kinds of donations to Leeds’s museums and archives from local LGBTQ+ people. Dr Ross Horsley from the Thackray Museum of Medicine looks at how these new items have helped to diversify our heritage collections and highlight underrepresented voices within the region’s history.

Image: Leeds Museums & Galleries, Leeds Gay Pride, photograph by Monty Trentedt

Leeds Queer YuleFest

The Angels of Freedom are absolutely thrilled to be working with Mill Hill Chapel for the inaugural Leeds Queer YuleFest event.

We're bringing together a number of creatives and traders from local LGBT+ communities to curate a Christmastime marketplace, providing an opportunity to support queer arts & crafts and fulfil your Christmas gift shopping needs.

Accompanying the traders we've also got a small number of community groups attending (Railway Children, Gendered Intelligence, TransLeeds and more) to support and promote their activities in the community.