Under the umbrella of Liverpool’s favourite multi-arts grassroots festival, we organised the city’s first ever Mad Pride celebrations.
Watch our film here (thanks Liverpool Live TV!)
Planning the event from scratch including programming and promotion, we delivered it on Sunday 3rd April 2016 at 24 Kitchen Street. Mad Pride thrived off an Andy Warhol’s Factory-style vibe: live bands were playing, DJs were spinning tunes and weird and wonderful pieces were performed and the audience created a pop-up art exhibition.
To top off celebrations, we organised the Mad Pride Parade: first of its kind at Threshold since its inaugural festival six years ago. Windows opened along our parade route, cars stopped to take photos and revellers danced in the streets alongside, but we kept it safe – and fun!