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Over the bank holiday of August 1990, club promoter Lucy Scher produced a groundbreaking women-only event called The Summer of Lesbian Love at the Haçienda. The event attracted 1200 woman and led to the creation of gay club promotions company A Bit Ginger - a business partnership between Lucy and the Hacienda’s then Entertainments Manager Paul Cons. Lucy and Paul went on to create Flesh at the Hacienda, the monthly night that became one of the biggest regular LGBT events of that era.

Photos: Harriet Thompson
Text: Emma Healy
Source magazine unknown.

Courtesy of Kath McDermott.

Featured in the following MDMArchive online exhibitions:
Queer Noise
Artefact added : 8th May 2016
by Abigail
1963 Says –
A Bit Ginger?
COMMENT ADDED 8th May 2016
Abigail Says –
Hahahahahah! Whoops.
COMMENT ADDED 9th May 2016
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