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April 11, 2013

Gay-fronted pop band The Feeling were among the performers at a special dinner, under the wings of Concorde, for England’s Manchester Pride

This is the moment when gay-fronted pop band The Feeling went Supersonic in the Concorde hangar for Manchester Pride.

The band, whose lead singer Dan Guillespie-Sells has long been involved in gay rights, performed at a red-carpet fundraising dinner for the leading pride event in north-west England on Saturday (6 April).

Guests dined under the wings of the now-retired BA Concorde plane at Manchester Airport before taking part in a raffle and charity auction.

April 2, 2013

Manchester’s gay pride celebration is staging an evening of live music in the shadow of legendary airplane, Concorde

UK’s Manchester Pride is gearing up for Supersonic – a luxurious evening of live music and a gourmet dinner.

The evening is to be held at Manchester Airport in north-west England on Saturday (6 April), and hosted by Concorde, the legendary supersonic plane, in its hangar.

Acts appearing include UK pop band The Feeling, and Manchester based Soul singer, Ren Harvieu.

February 24, 2013

Celebrity guests, circus scenes and performances by Brit-pop band The Feeling look to blow the roof off Manchester Pride's 'Supersonic' fundraiser

This year's Manchester Pride season kicks off with an exclusive, red-carpet event held on 6 April in the Concorde Hangar at Manchester Airport.

Inspired by the power and energy of the fastest plane in the world, the 'Supersonic'-themed fundraiser will blow guests away with a premiere three-course dinner and lively entertainment underneath a Concorde Jet.

August 21, 2012

Celebrities, patrons and performers support UK pride event by fundraising for good causes at Manchester Airport

Celebrity supporters of Manchester Pride were out in force yesterday (August 20) at the English city's airport, collecting money for the gay festival.

Former NBA basketball player John Amaechi, British soap star Antony Cotton and actor Adam Zane were joined by Cuban cabaret diva Margarita Pracatan to collect donations for the charities and organizations supported by Manchester Pride.