In its 15th Year!

Sugar and Spice 2021

Nothing will stop SUGAR & SPICE!

In our 15th year we are bringing you loads of amazing online sessions - all of them FREE!

Sugar and Spice is our annual wellbeing festival. We hold it to celebrate International Women’s Day for lesbian, bi and queer women. Offering a huge range of FREE workshops and spaces to celebrate all LGBT+ womxn in Greater Manchester (and beyond!)

Sugar and Spice is for all self-identifying women who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer or questioning, all or part of the time, including trans women, women of colour, older women, disabled/neurodivergent women, women who are seeking asylum or have no recourse to public funds, women of all faiths and backgrounds, and non-binary/gender fluid people and transfeminine people who want to access a women-centred space.

You can find our Safer Spaces Policy here.

All our events are booked through Eventbrite.

Artwork and graphics by Danielle Nebula @ddnebula

The 2021 Programme

Self Care Writing Workshop.

Open to all levels of ability, join Andreena Leeanne for an evening of writing and exploring self care. This will be a perfect opportunity to experiment with creativity and reflect on what self care means to you. Full details here

Speed Friending!

Meeting new people can be tricky at the best of times, so we're making it easier by bringing it to your living room! Meet some new people, make some new friends... full details here

Saturday 6th March

The Sober Social

Sober curious? Sober shy? In recovery? Never had a drink? We’ll be talking sober dating and sex... full details here

Healthy Intimacy

How do we create a safe space for LGBT+ relationships, communication and pleasure? Full details

Disabled LB+
Women Panel

Come along to this very exciting panel exclusively for disabled LB+ Women. Full details

Drag King Up!

We’ll be going through face masculinisation, finding your persona, attire, plus safe binding ... full details here

Sunday 7th March

Women of Colour - Life Drawing

LGBT’s Foundation's first lockdown life drawing class for Women of Colour. Led by artist Jess from 2bornot2bcollective. Full details here

Women's Voices Workshop

The Women's Voices Choir is a singing and arts group led by musical director Anna McLuckie and movement artist Shelley Smith. Full details here

Women of Colour - Vogue Workshop

Intro to Vogue! A fun and engaging workshop leading you through the foundational movement of Vogue along with some herstory of its origins! Full details here

Zine making

Seleena Laverne Daye will show you how to make a one page zine, from a folding method to what you can put in a zine. Come along and chat all things zine. Full details here

Join our Domestic Abuse Coordinator Tamsin Fagan and Trans Programme Officer Emma Underwood in a workshop where they will be exploring the trans experience of domestic abuse. This will be a great opportunity to learn about the signs and symptoms of domestic abuse, how this differs for trans people and how best to support trans survivors in the future. Full details here.