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Part of Queer Contact Festival '18

Powerful images of LGBT+ life from Sierra Leone.

Documentary photographer Lee Price explores life as a member of the LGBT+ community in Sierra Leone, where homosexuality remains illegal and people face daily persecution for revealing their true identities.

Providing a glimmer of hope to the community is a young transgender woman who offers her home – The House of Kings and Queens – to those in need, providing a sanctuary for visitors to be amongst those who understand and accept them.

Commissioned by Hull City of Culture 2017 and Humber Street Gallery.

Presented by People’s History Museum and Contact.

This event takes place at People’s History Museum

People’s History Museum, Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3ER

Information:

0161 838 9190
phm.org.uk

Credits

This event is supported by a grant from Superbia.

Superbia Grants provide financial support for LGBT events as part of Manchester Pride’s commitment to the quality and diversity of cultural events taking place throughout the year in Greater Manchester. superbia.org.uk

  • Dates
    3 February - 15 April 2018
  • Venue

    People’s History Museum, Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3ER

  • Key details

    Powerful images of LGBT+ life from Sierra Leone.