2024 Sister Act Charity Gala

Dive into joy: A transformative night awaits!

Celebrating resilience, the LGBTQ community traces its roots to the early 20th century when the first LGBTQ rights organization, the Society for Human Rights, was established in Chicago in 1924. Born out of a pursuit for equality, the LGBTQ rights movement gained momentum in the late 1960s, marked by the pivotal Stonewall riots in New York City. Over the decades, the LGBTQ acronym has expanded to embrace a spectrum of identities, reflecting the diversity within the community. Today, the LGBTQ rights movement stands as a testament to courage, progress, and the ongoing fight for inclusivity and acceptance.

Honoring the vibrant history of LGBTQ resilience, the 2024 Sister Act Charity Gala by LGBTQ Great promises to be a monumental celebration on May 16, 2024. This event not only commemorates the roots of the LGBTQ rights movement, which began in the early 20th century, but also highlights the progress achieved through decades of unwavering dedication. Attendees can anticipate an evening of unity, advocacy, and joy, contributing to the ongoing mission of fostering inclusivity and acceptance within the LGBTQ community.

LGBT Great and the OKRE Charity Announces 2024 Sister Act Charity Gala Staring Beverley Knight and Ruth Jones
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The OKRE charity, in partnership with LGBT Great, has announced an inaugural Charity Gala to fund the development of a new initiative to support the development of queer and LGBTQ+ friendly representation in TV, film and games.

The Charity Gala will take place at the Dominion Theatre, London, on the 16th of May 2024 and will bring together the Financial Services and business community for a special West End performance of the hit musical, Sister Act. The musical will feature actress, singer and songwriter Beverley Knight MBE, and actress, comedian and producer, Ruth Jones, who starred in the award-winning sitcom, Gavin and Stacey.

The Charity Gala will take place on the eve of the 2024 International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, known as IDAHOBIT, and it will raise funds to support a new OKRE entertainment fund called #KindQueerHeart. The project will help to accelerate the development of new queer friendly content with the mission of increasing visibility and representation, notably of marginalised communities, including queer people of colour and trans and non-binary people.

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