Gay Marriage Events on the 28th and 29th March


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On Saturday March 29th, gay marriage in England and Wales will officially become a THING.

(Not THE thing...which would be something altogether terrifying and directed by John Carpenter).

I think we can all agree that it's a pretty big deal. So, if you feel like celebrating...


In London, Stonewall (The UK’s largest lesbian, gay and bisexual charity) has joined forces with G-A-Y and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream to throw Britain’s biggest equal marriage celebration at London’s Heaven nightclub. Celebrations at midnight will follow a live countdown, confetti throwing and (best of all) wedding cake.

Doors open at 11pm on Friday 28th March and is free to those with wristbands. For more information click here.

South Place Hotel will celebrate on Saturday 29th with an evening of champagne, dancing and disco. The night is titled “Gay Marriage is Legal – Let’s Dance” with Horse Meat Disco providing the evening’s soundtrack (no mention of Iceland Lasagne…)

Doors open at 8pm. For more information, click here.

Near Watford? The Load of Hay on Watford Heath is having a ‘dress to impress’ night on the 29th March.

There’s not much information on the website, but you can call Julie on 01923 441113 to find out more.

In Bristol, there’s the Bristol Pride Marriage Equality Celebration which promises a ‘wedding reception with a pride twist’. Expect live music, entertainment and drinks.

Tickets are £5 and include a free glass of wine on entry. For more information click here.

If you’re not a night owl, then Sheffield’s Town Hall is hosting an equal marriage fair on March 29th from 11am-3pm. The day includes food, stalls, entertainment and advice about same-sex marriage.

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