I Feel Love - Live From Hull City Of Culture

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20170729

Scott Mills and Ana Matronic present a special event celebrating 50 years of sexual freedom.

Scott Mills and Ana Matronic present a special event celebrating 50 years of sexual freedom.
Live on Radio 2 and Red button TV 'I feel love' is a special concert, held in the City of Hull which celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in 1967, a piece of legislation that would transform the lives of millions, give birth to an explosion of music, poetry, writing, art - and love...
Performers include Will Young, Alison Moyet, Marc Almond, Bright Light Bright Light, Noah Stewart, Tom Robinson and West Yorkshire's LGBT choir 'Gay Abandon'.
The concert features live performances of ground-breaking gay songs 'What makes a man a man', 'Lavender' and 'I am what I am', and LGBT party anthems YMCA, Born this Way and I Feel Love , plus readings ranging from Oscar Wilde to Alan Hollingshurst.
The show will be staged at the Hull City Hall right in the heart of the City of Culture, and marks the finale to a week of UK Pride events in the city.
Part of the BBC's Gay Britannia season - on TV, Radio and online - featuring bold and provocative stories that celebrate the LGBT community as well as challenging existing preconceptions and prejudices. The season will also cast a fresh light on the history of gay Britain, as well as highlighting just what it means to be gay in Britain today.

20170729

Scott Mills and Ana Matronic present a special event celebrating 50 years of sexual freedom.

Scott Mills and Ana Matronic present a special event celebrating 50 years of sexual freedom.
Live on Radio 2 and Red button TV 'I feel love' is a special concert, held in the City of Hull which celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in 1967, a piece of legislation that would transform the lives of millions, give birth to an explosion of music, poetry, writing, art - and love...
Performers include Will Young, Alison Moyet, Marc Almond, Bright Light Bright Light, Noah Stewart, Tom Robinson and West Yorkshire's LGBT choir 'Gay Abandon'.
The concert features live performances of ground-breaking gay songs 'What makes a man a man', 'Lavender' and 'I am what I am', and LGBT party anthems YMCA, Born this Way and I Feel Love , plus readings ranging from Oscar Wilde to Alan Hollingshurst.
The show will be staged at the Hull City Hall right in the heart of the City of Culture, and marks the finale to a week of UK Pride events in the city.
Part of the BBC's Gay Britannia season - on TV, Radio and online - featuring bold and provocative stories that celebrate the LGBT community as well as challenging existing preconceptions and prejudices. The season will also cast a fresh light on the history of gay Britain, as well as highlighting just what it means to be gay in Britain today.