Join us at the Eden Arts Festival in Cornwall

We’re back baby! Penguin Pride is hitting the road and heading down to Cornwall.

Due to popular demand, Penguin Pride will be taking place again in the famous Eden Project on Friday 8 September.

The Eden Arts Festival will be a celebration of LGBT+ culture, and they’re open til late! The programme includes the acclaimed West End show Outings, Lucy Le Brocq’s photos of drag kings, and a performance called Beacons, Icons and Dykons, inspired by the spectacularly bad sci-fi musical The Apple.

Joining previous headliners of Penguin Pride Toby Campion, Matthew Todd and Z-Star Delta will be:

  • Dean Atta, award-winning poet who was named as one of the most influential LGBT people in the UK by the Independent on Sunday Pink List, and Time Out have called “one of the UK’s finest poets”.
  • Elani Evangelou, a singer-songwriter from Plymouth who has been described as “one of the brightest young voices on the scene…Her knowledge of jazz is already earning her fans wherever she performs”

Make sure to get your tickets via the Eden Project.



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