Trinity the Tuck to perform at Heaven during Student Pride

Besi Besemar February 17, 2019

All Star 4 finalist Trinity the Tuck to perform at National Student Pride which returns to the University of Westminster, Marylebone and G-A-Y venues from Friday 22 – Sunday 24 February, 2019.

Trinity the Tuck
Trinity the Tuck

FRESH from celebrating getting to the final – however, it pans out – Trinity the Tuck will help celebrate LGBT History Month in the UK at National Student Pride’s after party at iconic London gay venue Heaven.

 Trinity has been slaying and winning hearts all season long on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4. And, not to mention her out-of-this-world, music video released a few weeks ago “The Face, The Body” – so queers everywhere should be very excited about her performance on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at Heaven.

This year’s panel debate at National Student Pride will feature speakers Sir Ian McKellen, Paris Lees, Evan Davis, Moud Goba, Munroe Bergdorf, Reece King and many more.

Elsewhere at the daytime event at the University of Westminster, actor Sir Ian McKellen will be interviewed by BBC Broadcaster Evan Davis in a live recording of the #QueerAF podcast.

The daytime event is free for all to attend, and features the biggest LGBT+ careers fair in the UK with more that 80 organisations registered to attend! Not only that but your £5 wristband gets you free entry and drinks deals across all G-A-Y venues.

The main focus of the event in 2019 is challenging racism on the LGBT+ scene, and the Pride Not Prejudice discussion with Attitude Magazine will see Munroe Bergdorf, BBC LGBT+ correspondent Ben Hunte, Brexit whistleblower Shahmir Sanni and UK Black Pride representative Moud Gouba.

The day will end with a Strictly Come Vouging competition, where students from all over the UK will vouge for a chance to win – and will hopefully remind popular TV show formats, that same-sex partners can dance together with professional voguers performing too.

Tickets bought online must be exchanged for wristband at one of the registration desks at GAY Late on the Friday evening OR the registration desks at the daytime Saturday event at the University of Westminster, Marylebone. Student Pride Wristbands will not be exchangeable at Heaven.

National Student Pride began at Oxford Brookes University in 2005 as a response to the Christian Union’s ‘Homosexuality and the Bible’ talk. Following staging the event in Brighton and Hove for a few years it moved to the Campus of University of Westminster in 2013.

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