This bank holiday weekend we are celebrating freedom, diversity and a space for all at Kampus. Our friends Le Social have programmed four days of music, dancing, talking and partying along the canal.
The bar will be fully packed with wine, beers and spirits and Tine will run a more elevated cocktail bar and food area in the bungalow upstairs.
All events are completely free and open to all. Voluntary charity donations will be taken on the door.
Thursday 26th August 6.30pm-10pm: The Freedom Exhibition Opening w/ KISS ME AGAIN DJs
Soup Kitchen’s monthly LGBT+ club night dedicated to bringing a broad spectrum of sounds and good times to queerdos and everyone else joins us for the launch of The Freedom Exhibition in the Kampus garden.
Friday 27th August 4pm-10pm: Curated by LE SOCIAL w/ Brett Denning, Tongui + CHIC Performers
A celebration of our community and friends, with some of our favourite artists and DJs. From disco house to techno, with world influences thrown in the mix.
Saturday 28th August 12pm-3pm: COMING OUT STORIES by Emma Gosling.
A celebration of queer stories in collaboration with Heard Storytelling and Queer Lit. Ticketed event. Meet the author and listen to the stories of people from various gender, sexuality and identities. Head to le-social.com for more information.
Saturday 28th August 3pm-10pm: LOVE PARTY
Love Party is the queer party with a heart, an old school disco where love is the message. Gary Williams and Thom Docking (of iconic former Manchester queer scene staple Drunk At Vogue) have been throwing an annual LGBTQIA+ fundraiser and get together for the last five years raising nearly £10,000 for charities. The 2021 party comes to Le Social at Kampus with a line up featuring the Love Party Soundsystem, Good Afternoon and Kiss Me Again with drag queen Marilyn Misandry aka Fat Britney on hosting duties.
Sunday 29th August 2pm-10pm: REBECCA NEVER BECKY X CHIC
A DJ & Creative Collective showcasing talent from Manchester w / a spotlight on QTIPOC & LGBT+ talent. With Blackbetty, MIX-STRESS, and Jess Ross.
Tables will be walk-in only. Entrance is via the steps next to the canal on Minshull Street, or for step free access via the back of the garden on the corner of Aytoun and Minshull Street.
Please note entrance is 18+ after 16:00 and will be operating a challenge 25 policy Free entry all weekend
Kampus is not just for living, it's for wellbeing, socialising, making new friends and for work-from-home-ing. It's full of social spaces and events with something for everyone, whether you live here or are just passing by.See what’s on
Thursday 1 January 1970