The national event for LGBT+ students is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
The event, which will take place from February 27 – March 1 at the University of Westminster’s Marylebone campus, is host to the largest LGBTQ+ student career fair in the UK.
On Saturday the main stage will be hosted by Vice journalist and trans* activist Paris Lees, and will feature two panels one on LGBTQ+ representation in film and TV and the other on politics. The former will be chaired by Attitude’s editor Matthew Todd, and the latter by BBC Newsnight presenter Evan Davis.
Also set to appear are Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, Guardian columnist and author Owen Jones, executive producer of Eastenders Dominic Treadwell-Collins, and transgender comedian and star of Cucumber Bethany Black.
Tickets for the full weekend are available for £5 on the National Student Pride website here. Access to the student careers fair is free.
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