UK Leather Pride will once again return to Bristol for 2017.
UK Leather Pride will be held during the weekend of 22nd – 24th September 2017, and the organisers are delighted to be able to announce that they have secured the use of one of Bristol’s most iconic and popular clubs to add to their partner venues this year. The Old Coroners’ Court is part of Bristol’s famous Lakota Club – and UK Leather Pride will be taking over the venue as it hosts an impressive collection of events for the leather community.
2016’s UK Leather Pride saw Bristol embrace a celebration of leather culture and fetish as it attracted visitors from across the UK and mainland Europe. The programme of weekend events included music acts, dining experiences, adult entertainers, a fire show, three art exhibitions, retail opportunities alongside social events and club nights. This year’s events promises to offer even more to the leather community.
Tickets to the three showcase events are now open – BLUF Bristol, Leather Dinner, UNION and RAWHIDE hosted by Bitch, Please. These tickets are limited and will sell out fast. It is recommended that you secure yours as soon as possible because we cannot guarantee their availability nearer the time and prices for some events will rise. Check out the shop page see the RAWHIDE early bird offer and the fantastic Leather Dinner Menu.
This year’s theme is “Transformation“. The organisers want to represent the transformation of LGBT+ communities and the effects these changes are having on our leather and fetish communities. With the contradictions of non-conforming conformity, and the ever evolving fetish scene, you’re invited to explore art shows, talks and events which explore the future of leather and fetish in this ever increasing non-binary and non-conforming world.
The Pride event have expanded the event in many ways to include more events. Take a look at the schedule to see what’s on offer.
The event was originally scheduled for the first weekend in October, but after the news that the Manchester Leather Weekend had moved to coincide with our event, it was decided to move the Bristol event in order to give the leather community the widest possible choice.
More information about the event, and activities being held can be found on the UK Leather Pride Website.