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Tricity Equality Week – Schedule

20.05 | Saturday

13:00 | Meeting point: Modern Art Centre „Łaźnia”
1 Jaskółcza Street | Gdańsk

On the trail of the ‘Rainbow Lion’s Roar’ – places connected with LGBT culture. Guided by Ryszard Kisiel, an exceptional storyteller and expert on the secrets of gays and lesbians of the Tricity.

16:00 – 23:00 | Gunter Grass Gallery
34/35 Szeroka Street | Gdańsk

Living Library: A unique chance to chat to people from various minority groups, especially those people who experience discrimination on a daily basis. Come and learn their stories.

22.05 | Monday

18:00 | Świetlica Krytyki Politycznej w Trójmieście (Political Critique Organisation Meeting Hall)
35 Nowe Ogrody Street, 2nd floor| Gdańsk

Film screening: ‘L. Poetki’, which tells the story of women who are non-heterosexual poets. Joining the event will be the creators of the film Monika Rak and Agnieszka Małgowska. The discussion will centre on lesbian poetry, and will be moderated by Ewa Graczyk, a professor of Polish Language and Literature.

23.05 | Tuesday

18:00 | Sopoteka
14 Tadeusza Kościuszki Street | Sopot

A discussion with the ex-Vatican priest Father Krzysztof Charamsa, on the subject of his latest book ‘Cornerstone – Rebelling Against the Hypocrisy of the Church’. Led by Marta Abramowicz, bestselling author of ‘Zakonnice odchodzą po cichu’ (‘Nuns Always Leave Quietly’).

24.05 | Wednesday

18:00 | Świetlica Krytyki Politycznej w Trójmieście (Political Critique Organisation Meeting Hall)
35 Nowe Ogrody Street, 2nd floor| Gdańsk

Film screening: „Paris is burning” – a film explaining the origins of Drag Queen culture. Post-film discussion about the wider impact of Drag, with Dr. Anna Kłonkowska, Katarzyna Dułak and moderator Bartosz Górski.

25.05 | Thursday

18:00 | Teatr BOTO
54B Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street | Sopot

Theatrical play „Moje życie królicze” (‘My Rabbit Life’), written and directed by Mira Izabela Morska. The daily life of a lesbian couple, who share their worldview with us in a humourous way. Featuring Adrianna Kucner, Daria Marzec i Dagmara Broniecka. Pre-booking required. update – all seats booked

26.05 | Friday

19.00 | Europejskie Centrum Solidarności (ECS – European Solidarity Centre)
1 pl. Solidarności | Gdańsk

Film screening: „Ciągle wierzę” (‘I Still Believe’), following Ewa Hołuszko, previously Mark Hołuszko, the co-founder of Solidarnośc and underground activist during the period of martial law. Post-screening discussion with the main actress, moderated by journalist and publishing editor Marcin Dzierżanowski.

21.00 | Red Light Pub
28/31 Piwna Street | Gdańsk

Pre-Party for the March. Featuring DJ Asq and DJ Agatek, and singer-songwriter Julita Zielińska.

27.05 | Saturday

12.00 | Europejskie Centrum Solidarności (ECS)
1 pl. Solidarności | Gdańsk

International debate: ‘They said it wasn’t love, that it was just our imagination…’ Christian Churches and the LGBT community. How is it that Protestant churches have accepted gay and women pastors? How is it that Stockholm can have a female Bishop with a wife and son? What led to protestant countries becoming the most LGBT inclusive in all of Europe? Taking part in the discussion will be Wielie Elhorst, a protestant pastor in the Netherlands, who is the official LGBT clergyman of Amsterdam, and the co-leader of LGBT Christian Groups Euroforum, Irene Schwyn, pastor of the reform church of Switzerland, member of LGBT Christian Groups Euroforum, Yuri Guaiana, Italian historian and board member of ILGA-Europe, and Paweł Dobrowolski, one of the creators of the campaign for mutual respect within the Catholic Church „Przekażmy sobie znak pokoju” (‘Now offer each other the sign of peace’). Discussion moderator: Marta Abramowicz, bestselling author of ‘Zakonnice odchodzą po cichu’ (‘Nuns Always Leave Quietly’). The debate will be in Polish with live translation.

16.00 | square near Piłsudzki monument
Gdańsk | corner of al. Grunwaldzka and al. Wojska Polskiego

3rd Tricity March for Equality. Join us! Our motto „Love! No war.”
With DJ Asq

22:00 | HaH Sopot
21 Mamuszki Street | Sopot

Awesome After Party, specially prepared by Druga M.

28/05 | Sunday

14:30 | Meeting point: Nowy Ratusz
Gdańsk | Wały Jagiellońskie 1

On the trail of the ‘Rainbow Lion’s Roar’ – places connected with LGBT culture. Guided by Ryszard Kisiel, an exceptional storyteller and expert on the secrets of gays and lesbians of the Tricity. With English translation.

FREE ENTRY to all events, excluding the After Party.
PRE-BOOKING required Thursday’s Theatrical Performance only.

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