Trafalgar Entertainment celebrates PRIDE MONTH with support for akt charity 🌈

Trafalgar Entertainment (TE) – the international live entertainment business – is celebrating PRIDE MONTH this June with a company-wide fundraising appeal for LGBTQ+ homelessness charity, akt. akt (formerly the Albert Kennedy Trust) is a charity supporting LGBTQ+ young people aged 16-25 who are facing or experiencing homelessness or living in hostile environments.Coming out, or being outed as LGBTQ+, can lead to young people being made homeless, and 24% of homeless young people identify as LGBTQ+. The charity aims to find these young people safe homes, employment, education or training and to celebrate their identities to improve their life outcomes.Every day throughout June, visitors to Trafalgar Entertainment’s UK venues including Trafalgar Theatre in London, The Chiswick Cinema, and TE’s 12 regional venues – New Theatre Cardiff, Cliffs Pavilion Southend, G Live Guildford, Orchard Theatre Dartford, Churchill Theatre Bromley, Wycombe Swan, Crewe Lyceum, Wyvern Theatre and Arts Centre Swindon, Beck Theatre Hayes, White Rock Theatre Hastings, and Palace Theatre Westcliff – will be able to donate directly to akt by scanning a QR code (displayed in venues) on their mobile phones.
You can also donate to TE’s akt Just Giving Page Entertainment is also marking Pride month with a number of events throughout June. Southend Theatres has a stall at Chelmsford Pride on 25 June and The Orchard Theatre is hosting the first ever Dartford Pride from 30 June to 2 July. The Chiswick Cinema is supporting the West London Queer Project (WLQP) and queer distributor Peccadillo with 5 screenings for Pride month plus the regular WLQP screenings. The films are Pride, Tangerine, Ammonite, The Bird Cage and Swan Song. The cinema will also have a Stonewall IPA for sale in the bar. For more information visit Releasing celebrates the life and work of legendary singer and LGBTQ+ icon George Michael on the big screen with George Michael Freedom Uncut, coming to cinemas worldwide on 22 June. The documentary, co-directed and narrated by George Michael himself, is the definitive statement on his life and features contributions from some of his closest friends and collaborators, including Sir Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Mark Ronson, and Naomi Campbell. The film release precedes the long-awaited re-release of George Michael’s 1996 album Older, available 8 July. Tickets available now at: The film will also feature as part of the “Pride in London X Science Museum Late” event on 29 June from 6:30pm.


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