Stockport's Historic Market Place - 28th July 2019
Celebrating Stockport's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Community
Performing on the Martyn Hett Stage
With drag queens, musicians, a DJ and even some sea shanties, you
can enjoy a variety of peformances on Sunday 28th July 2019, from
11am to 6pm, on the Martyn Hett Stage in
Castle Yard within
Stockport's Historic Market Place.
Far-reaching influences of a musical New York childhood weave through
Carrington MacDuffie's unusual hook-laden songs, and stand out in her most
recent album, “Kiss Make Better,” which follows three EPs since 2014, and
which she celebrated with a two-month tour of Continental Europe and the UK
After escaping a dying planet, eons ago, Gemini landed on earth and assumed
the identity of a sweet Russian gal working in a bakery. Along with her
daughter, the two bounced around Europe until settling in the UK, assuming
Mancunian accents and lifestyles.
Taylor Giacoma is a singer, pianist, conductor, composer, arranger,
tutor, and keen coffee-drinker. The music she writes and performs as a solo
singer-songwriter is often mistaken for something from a musical or Disney
film, and though it doesn't fall neatly into any one genre is usually
described as musical-theatre-y piano pop.
Amelia is 14 years old and from Stockport she currently studies as a
classical vocal specialist at Wells Cathedral School. Amelia's first
professional role at 7 was playing nagana in the national tour of the South
Pacific. Since then she has performed on ITV little big shots, been the
support act for Michael Ball and Alfie Boe and sang for people like Prince
William and political leaders.
Since its launch in 2011, Do Your Thing choir now has around 150 members
across Tameside and Stockport. Since their debut on The Queen's Diamond
Jubilee in 2012, Do Your Thing have performed at over 100 events!
Meet Wilhelmina. She'll be one of our performers at Stockport Pride!
You’ll know her for her operatic head voice, quick wit and those long long
legs. She’ll be performing all your favourite tunes and will be looking
forward to see you all.
TIN is an Australian pop singer songwriter. His hook-ridden songs capture
the vibes of Troye Sivan meets Justin Bieber in a blend of emotional and
sexual expression. TIN openly sings about his experiences being a gay man
in today's society and everything that comes with it. His poetic and
catchy style of lyricism is captivating.
One of Bay Bryan's alter egos, Queen Bayard is soulful,
quirky and full of heart. What can you expect from this queen? A bit of
Amy Winehouse, a bit of Rizzo from Grease the Musical, some original tunes
AND perhaps even a few ginger-licious spoken-word to brighten up your day if
Hullabaloo sing a wide variety of music from pop to classical to folk to
comic songs, all in three or four part harmony. They perform regularly at
parties, in care homes, at the pub and of course at the Wilmslow Guild.
Keep an eye out for Gay Gordons Manchester. They run classes of Scottish
Country Dancing and Ceilidhs for the LGBT Community and their friends.
They'll be performing at this year's Stockport Pride.
DJ Phil “Cee”
Regular DJ for BarPop and Poptastic in Manchester's Gay Village.
DJ Phil “Cee” entertained the crowd at the first
Stockport Pride last year.
Entertainment on the Martyn Hett Stage has been organised by