So with Bourne Free taking place this weekend, we look at five things you should get into.
Open Air Incredibles, Friday, 5:00 PM
Friday night 30th June, 5:00 PM, the Triangle will play host to a free public showing of Pixar’s The Incredibles. Free to enter.
The Bourne Free LGBT Parade, Saturday, 11.00 AM
Watch as hundreds of people take part in the parade. The Bourne Free parade, is free to watch and starts on East Overcliff Drive and starts at 11:00 AM. This year’s theme is Superheroes so expect to some of your favourite heroes taking part in the parade.
The Bandstand, Saturday, 12:30 PM
After the parade, head on over to the Lower Gardens where you’ll be entertained by a raft of talented singers – all hosted by Lea Martin and Sheila Tackya. Also performing are: Tracie Redding, Fiona Fox, Skylar Jay, Nicole McNally and Siobhan Macfadyan.
The Headline, Saturday, 6:00 PM
Join the LGBT community in the Triangle on the 1st July. Hundreds of people will watch entertainment from Heather Small, Livin’ Joy and Angie Brown. A DJ set from Brandon Block will also take place. You need to be 18 or over to participate in this event and there is a charge to enter the Triangle.
Worship in the Triangle, Sunday 12:00 PM
For those of you of a more religious persuasion, you can take part in the Bourne Free Celebration Worship at 12 noon on the 2nd. The service is run by the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC), which has run the service every year since 2011. According to the organisers, it’s a service “celebrating God’s lgbt children”.