Edinburgh Gay Men’ s Chorus Equality Network
Pride Scotia will still continue to run in Edinburgh every 2 years as it has done previously. This year, when Pride was to be held in Glasgow, the organisers announced they would be splitting from Pride Scotia, forming their own organisation, which they called Pride Glasgow. During the summer, the parks and open spaces are full of people sunbathing, enjoying a drink or have ice-cream the sun does shine sometimes.
Rainbow Voices. This year, the march took place in Glasgow on 1 July. The Royal Mile. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content.
This is especially true for gay men and transgender women
- The following selection of photographs were taken by choir member Margot Miller and supporter Jane Garven.
- These photos were taken after the concert, the second and last that Emily conducted. Our audience throroughly enjoyed our repertoire of traditional, Scots, pop and show tunes — so much that we received a standing ovation.
- Advertise My Business. Many thanks to Sigrid Nielsen for sharing her photographs of the evening.
- Reception at the Scottish Parliament Spring Concert Two albums of photos giving you an idea of what the choir goes through in rehearsal and secondly what you missed last year and can look forward to this year.
- Copyright Margot Miller and Aris Liepins.
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The following links take you to a selection of photographs by Chris Scott and Phil Gillespie — both professional photographers who very generously volunteered their services. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. Please try again later.
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