Great to see people back in the bars of Manchester. 🌈☀️
Anyone been out out yet? I have and it was weird. Where'd you go?
Start spreading the news ! 🗽🌈
The Trans March Manchester’s Facebook page appears to be shadow-banned (we know all too well how frustrating this can be).
So please help the organisers share the message: The planned march in Manchester will still go ahead!
It starts at 11am in Piccadilly Gardens. Join safely, practice social distancing, wear a mask 😷 etc.! 🌈
How depressing to see the bars all boarded up! I miss normal so bad!
Today @ Eagle Bar Manchester from 2pm.
Good news for Manchester: “Council bosses have given the green light for fetish nights to continue in the Gay Village after a row over the legality of consensual sex in 'darkrooms'.”
Thanks to everybody who signed the petition.
DILF Manchester returns with Special Guest William Sizen Bell (DAMAGE, RAW, Aftershock)!
We're incredibly excited that William is joining us for the first time, just prior to his DARKLANDS appearance + can't wait to hear what he's got in store for our sexy crowd of Leathermen, Rubbermen, Bears, Cubs, Daddies, Pups, Gearheads, BOSSes, SIRs + more.
DILF Resident DJ Darren Goodwin (DILF, VOID) ably provides support with his trademark brand of big beats + uplifting vocal house.
No dress code. Gear absolutely encouraged. Leather. Rubber. Jocks. Underwear. Singlets. Sports Kit. Work Gear +more.
Changing area available.
As always, it's cheaper the earlier you book, and always more on the door.
- £5 Early Bird tickets (SOLD OUT)
- £7 Standard Advance (available 'til midnight, Fri 21 Feb)
Eagle is a Members Only venue.
Free membership is available online at www.eaglemanchester.com or on the door on the night.
Club Alert is asking everybody to sign the online petition for their “Save Our Spaces” campaign.
“There appears to be a ‘crackdown’ across the [Gay] Village on events which include darkrooms.”
Despite having hosted such events in the Manchester Gay Village for 15 years without issues, the licensing department of the Manchester City Council have apparently suddenly changed their stance in 2019, unlike other UK cities like London and Birmingham.
“There is an ongoing need for safe men-only spaces where we are allowed to wear fetish clothing without fear of discrimination or ridicule and where we are permitted to engage in consensual sex with other adults within the venue.”
All efforts to challenge the council’s positions had been without any success. That’s why they now want to get the public involved to finally get their questions answered.