Fundraising News

Trans-Mit Festival to return to Brighton bigger and better on Saturday, November 19 

Graham Robson October 22, 2022

Trans-Mit Festival, a day of LGBTQ+ talent raising funds for  charity, is to take place at The Pipeline, Brighton on Saturday, November 19 from 3.30pm.

This year the festival is back bigger than ever with a longer event, expanded to include many acts of different genres that have a focus on LGBTQ+ matters.

Headliner Princess Alice Manor will be bringing her new theatrical set, playing songs from her brand new EP iDolKillerZ as well as a few new songs and surprises. More info HERE

Alice will be joined by the likes of All Hail Dog, Katja Macabre, Daffodildos, Phat Problem, Bee & Jackrabbit, Asher Fynn and Tran-Tula.

This year’s festival will raise funds for LGBTQ+ mental health charity MindOut.

Princess Alice Manor said: “I and many others have used this charity; without MindOut we would not be anywhere near our transition goals.

“They helped myself with pushing my transition along as well as pointed me in the right direction to get Hormone Replacement Therapy started.

“A long term goal for MindOut is to open a Gender Identity Clinic in Brighton, which the country desperately needs. For more information make sure to check out their website and services!”

Trans-Mit will also be donating towards Trans Radio UK, a dedicated radio station dedicated towards promoting and supporting trans artists.

Trans-Mit Festival at The Pipeline, 6 Little E St, Brighton BN1 1HT on Saturday, November 19 from 3.30pm. Tickets £10 online or £13 on the door. To book, CLICK HERE