Icebreakers

Event Date / Time: 18/09/2013 @ 8:00pm

Event Summary: Icebreakers is a mutual support group for gay and bisexual men who are ether just ‘coming out’, who are already ‘out’ but new to the area, or who are experiencing feelings of isolation (perhaps due to the failure of a long-term relationship, for example).

Venue: LGF
Number 5 Richmond Street
M1 3HF

Price per Person: Free

Event Full Details: Icebreakers is a mutual support group for gay and bisexual men who are ether just ‘coming out’, who are already ‘out’ but new to the area, or who are experiencing feelings of isolation (perhaps due to the failure of a long-term relationship, for example). Icebreakers is facilitated by a trained and dedicated team of volunteers who provide a free, safe, confidential and welcoming space in which group-users can meet each other in order to form supportive and enduring friendships and social networks.    Occasionally, meetings will include talks about ‘coming out’, sexual health and wellbeing, or dating.  At other times, guest speakers from other Manchester groups or organisations of interest to gay and bisexual men are invited along to talk about their activities.  Examples are OutDoorLads, Northern Wave, Pride Sports, and the like.The group meets every Wednesday night from 8pm until 9:30pm at the LGF Community Resource Centre, 5 Richmond Street, Manchester. For more information, please visit www.icebreakermanchester.org.uk, e-mail them at icebreakersmanchester@hotmail.co.uk or contact the LGF on 0845 3 30 30 30 from 10am-10pm Monday - Friday, or 6pm-10pm at weekends.The group is for men who live as men and who are aged 18 years or older.