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Come Out of the Shadows

We’re proud to stand with Liverpool pride and the city’s LGBTQ+ community in highlighting the importance of the hate crime prevention initiative. This weekend, our theatres will be lit up in rainbow colours as part of Liverpool Pride 2016.

Organisations from across the region were invited to join the #ComeOutOfTheShadows campaign and light their buildings using the colours from the iconic and internationally recognisable LGBT Rainbow Flag.

Collette Rawlinson, Photographer and e&P Stage Door Receptionist, captured the theatres on Monday evening…

The Everyman theatre, lit up in rainbow colours for Liverpool Pride 2016
The Everyman theatre, lit up in rainbow colours for Liverpool Pride 2016

The Playhouse theatre, lit up in rainbow colours for Liverpool Pride 2016
The Playhouse theatre, lit up in rainbow colours for Liverpool Pride 2016

Liverpool Pride culminates with a two-day event this weekend (Sat 30 Jul & Sun 31 July) in the St George’s Cultural Quarter. Collette has created a special card for Pride, which will be available at the official merchandise stall.

Collette's card will be available from the official merchandise stall
Collette's card will be available from the official merchandise stall

Other city buildings that will be alive with the colours of Pride include Liverpool Town Hall, St George’s Hall, Cunard Building, Liverpool John Moores University; Central Library, FACT, the Royal Court theatre and the Bluecoat. See the full list here.

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