No easter eggs at easter? Terrible!
FYI: Yes BBC Employees can except gifts, they just can mention it on air if it was a gift to the show.
Uglybob wrote:how come all "ask the team" questions are answered by Aled with the exception of one answered by Dominic.
sebwhite wrote:Im part of faceparty, (my girlfriends idea), and they usually send advert out to everyone... but What the hell?
Faceparty is absolutely delighted to have been asked to organise the official Gay Pride event.
Faceparty’s "Big Gay Out" festival will take place in London’s Finsbury Park on Saturday 3rd July 2004, for an audience of 50,000. Unlike Mardi Gras, the commercial predecessor, every penny raised from the Big Gay Out will go to bona-fide charities, supporting Pride and equality.
"Removing the commercial element will do wonders for the festival," explains Faceparty’s festival organiser Dave Bamforth, "Acts and suppliers instantly become cheaper, allowing us to offer immense value for money."
Faceparty, who for 2 years running, have been celebrated as the UK’s best party organiser by FHM & MixMag, have a clear goal to make the Big Gay Out the most elaborate extravaganza in the world.
Last September, Faceparty’s Festival of Dreams (featuring an ice-cave built from 700 tonnes of ice and a rainforest constructed from 30,000 real plants and trees) was one of 2003’s only festivals to sell out - even Sting couldn’t get himself a ticket!
"It’s the sheer, cultural diversity of these Pride events that make them so special, so it’s about time we catered for everyone properly. We certainly won’t be reinforcing any stereotypes;- this event will be more accessible to the whole community. We’re aiming for the very highest pop acts, but we’re also including jazz, hip-hop, dance, electro, opera, nu-metal, rock, r&b… - after all 'gay' is a sexuality, not a musical genre. It’s time to rethink the whole concept."
The Big Gay Out is set to be an amazing day, where everyone can truly be themselves;- lose yourself in incredible music, explore mind-blowing surroundings, hold hands with someone special - without worrying what anyone else thinks!
Faceparty has always believed strongly in equality and sexual freedom, with over 30% of our members identifying as gay, bisexual or open-minded.
For photos and reviews of previous Faceparty events, visit http://www.faceparty.com/events
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