The House of Stonewall hosts UK’s first 2 day Queer Virtual Festival with Lemonade
With bars and clubs being closed, events and festivals cancelled, queer people are crying out for a bit of creativity, entertainment and fun in their lives. That’s where the House of Stonewall comes in.
The House of Stonewall is partnering with Lemonade Social, a global community platform that empowers creators to build their own Lemonade Stands, to throw the most fabulous 2-day festival. Full of LIVE music, art, ballroom vogueing lessons, drag queen aerobics and much more from performers including MAW, Bow_Peep, Dolly Trolley and world renown artists and activists Munroe Bergdorf and MNEK join us for live Q+A’s about being in lock down!
You can join in the fun by signing in to Lemonade Social and paying a small contribution. 100% of proceeds go directly to Stonewall Housing to help support homeless LGBT+ people.
Come for the talent, make a real difference.
Stonewall Housing provides the only specialist housing advice, advocacy, mental health and domestic abuse support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT+) people of all ages. Established in 1983, Stonewall Housing are proud to have supported over 35,000 people secure safe housing.
Steven McIntyre, Chief Executive of Stonewall Housing says, “The House of Stonewall really is something special. All of the founding members are LGBT+ people who have experienced homelessness. They know exactly what it’s like to have nowhere safe to go and they can tell you the real difference Stonewall Housing can make.”
“I am just delighted to see this amazing group of people coming together to share their talent, celebrate LGBT+ life and make a real difference. If you would like to join the House of Stonewall please get in touch, we would love to have you.”
Jamal from the House of Stonewall said, “We are a queer collective determined to end LGBT+ homelessness and make sure there is a safe home for everyone. We work together to support Stonewall Housing, shout about the good work they do and raising as much cash as we can for the organisation.”
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