The Womens Stage at Manchester Pride 2010 will take over Sackville Gardens on Sunday 29 August, offering an array of entertainment between 6pm and 11pm.

The Womens Stage is a celebration of the diverse talent of women from across the country and the evening of entertainment is open to everybody (men and women) this year.

There will be performances from: Heather Peace, Claire Mooney, Sarah Adams, Jen Brister, Canine Feline, Rosie Lugosi, Secondhand Wings, Valentino King, Horse, Miss Diva and Th!nk P!nk.

The final leg of Manchester Pride’s Drag King competition will also be held on the stage.

For the full line-up details, check out: www.manchesterpride.com

Horse, one of the Womens Stage performers, said: “I’m really excited to be asked back to Manchester Pride. It seems fitting that, not only am I celebrating the 20th anniversary of my first album ‘The same sky’ but I am also getting the chance to celebrate who I am at Pride.”

Jackie Crozier, festival director of Manchester Pride, said: “This year’s Womens Stage is set to be a real highlight. We’ve got some amazing artists performing, such as Claire Mooney and Horse, which is very exciting. I’m sure everyone will enjoy it.”

Tickets for Manchester Pride’s four-day Big Weekend, which runs from Friday 27- Monday 30 August, are on sale and cost £17.50 plus booking fee. Tickets can be purchased at www.manchesterpride.com or at various venues around the city. You can also follow the festival on Twitter: @ManchesterPride

The Womens Stage is a celebration of the diverse talent of women from across the country and the evening of entertainment is open to everybody (men and women) this year.

There will be performances from: Heather Peace, Claire Mooney, Sarah Adams, Jen Brister, Canine Feline, Rosie Lugosi, Secondhand Wings, Valentino King, Horse, Miss Diva and Th!nk P!nk.

The final leg of Manchester Pride’s Drag King competition will also be held on the stage.

For the full line-up details, check out: www.manchesterpride.com

Horse, one of the Womens Stage performers, said: “I’m really excited to be asked back to Manchester Pride. It seems fitting that, not only am I celebrating the 20th anniversary of my first album ‘The same sky’ but I am also getting the chance to celebrate who I am at Pride.”

Jackie Crozier, festival director of Manchester Pride, said: “This year’s Womens Stage is set to be a real highlight. We’ve got some amazing artists performing, such as Claire Mooney and Horse, which is very exciting. I’m sure everyone will enjoy it.”

Tickets for Manchester Pride’s four-day Big Weekend, which runs from Friday 27- Monday 30 August, are on sale and cost £17.50 plus booking fee. Tickets can be purchased at www.manchesterpride.com or at various venues around the city. You can also follow the festival on Twitter: @ManchesterPride

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