The Brighton Gay Men’s chorus present a free Tribute Concert on Sunday, February 5 at the Phil Starr Pavilion during Soul Safari 1, a day exploring our LGBT spirituality organised by Village MCC.
The concert will be remembering choir member Pablo Fernández-Arias, who passed away shortly after Christmas.
Entry to the concert is free and a collection will be taken for the work of MindOut, LGBT Mental Health Project.
Events during the day include:
10am – 1pm
Discover yourself with the help of The Jesus Deck. These cards can speak to us whatever our beliefs to help us discover elements of our unique spiritual journey.
10am – 11am
Alistair Appleton : The Sacred Space of the Body.
Alistair is perhaps best known for hosting 14 seasons of Escape to the Country, but he is also a qualified and well respected therapist. In this meditation we explore ways of connecting more deeply with our sacred selves.
11am – 12pm
Peta Evans Jesters and Angels: Trans voices in the church. Uncovering trans voices that have helped to change the world.
12pm – 1:15pm
Lilith Wildwood: The Sacred Blueprint – a soul journey from the inner world to the outer cosmos. Go along and join Lilith in a journey within where you can experience the expanse of soul and universe as one.
1:30pm – 3pm
Andy Black – Follow the Faun. Move your body, blow your mind, open your heart, tickle your fancy! – An interactive workshop by performance artist and actor Andy Black that teaches you how to travel through new worlds and dimensions to experience ecstasy, transformation, and a serious attack of the giggles! Highly recommended.
3pm – 4:30pm
The Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus Tribute Concert – Remembering Pablo Fernández-Arias.
There is no charge for this concert but a collection will be taken for the work of MindOut, a local LGBT Focused mental health charity.
LGBT History Month is an international month-long annual observance of LGBT History and the opportunity to commemorate and remember the bravery of those who campaigned and spoke out over the years to help us achieve the freedoms and equality we enjoy today.
The PHIL STARR PAVILION, New Steine Gardens, Brighton, BN2 1PB provides a fully functional stage, light and sound system with heating and licenced bar.
This ground breaking affiliation seeks to engage the city in the wide range of issues highlighted through the work of the Brighton & Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum, as well as partner/stakeholder work.
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