We'll Meet Again - Vintage Tea Party

Friday 15 July 2011

We'll Meet againWe caught up recently with Heather McHale, organiser of this year's Vintage Tea Party, to see how the preparations are coming along for this year's Pride Fringe.

Pride is turning 21 this year. How does it feel to be part of such a momentous LGBT event?

After attending Pride for many years, it is a great honour to be selected to host a fringe event on this very special year. I just hope that Pride turning 21 increases awareness of LGBT communities not only within Manchester but throughout the UK and continues to raise much needed funds for LGBT and HIV charities. Let's hope its a record breaking year ! And yes, Im very excited :-)

This year, you are running We'll meet Again, can you give us an idea of what we can expect from the event?

The event promises to be a fun filled cheeky afternoon full of vintage tease, burlesque, vintage vocals and glamour reminiscent of the tea parties from the 1940s. There might be a ration on, but there is still plenty of "tease" to go around !

How are the preparations coming along for the show so far?

The preperations are going fantastically well thanks to the fabulous Coal Mine Productions and The Canary Cage Liverpool.

And finally, with the festival just a few weeks away, are there any other events during the Fringe that you are particularly looking forward to attending?

Well im hoping to pop into the Pink Dog Show before my event ! "This is Me" also looks fantastic and right up my street with music from the 50s.

We'll Meet Again - Vintage Tea Party will take place on Sunday 21 August at 16:00 at Taurus Bar. Click here for more event information.

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