Comic Relief and Sink The Pink are excited to announce the launch of an exclusive Pride prize draw which will see one lucky winner and a guest attend the 2021 Eurovision Grand Final in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The prize has been made possible by Netflix and coincides with the launch of their epic new film Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga which stars Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams.
The lucky prize winner will receive two tickets, return flights (from the UK) and a hotel stay in Rotterdam; giving them an incredible once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the 2021 Eurovision Grand Final – a celebration of diverse stories and backgrounds that brings people together through the power of music and creativity.
All money raised from the prize draw – which costs £5 per entry – will go to fund Comic Relief projects that support vulnerable LGBTQ+ people year-round, both in the UK and around the world.
To enter the prize draw and be in with a chance of winning this money-can’t-buy prize, visit www.comicrelief.com/eurovision/. Entries close on Sunday 26th July, and will cost £5 per entry, with all proceeds going to Comic Relief.
Today’s announcement is part of a month of activity between Comic Relief and Sink the Pink designed to help bring people together, while apart, throughout Pride month. It has so far seen the release of exclusive merchandise designed by artist Josh McKenna; and ‘Behind the Flag’, a series of videos exploring the meaning behind each of the Pride flag’s colours, with the help of the Sink the Pink family. To find out more, visit www.comicrelief.com/pride.
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About Comic Relief
Comic Relief raises money to support people living incredibly tough lives. Through humour and stories of hope, we’ve shown that people can make a massive difference. We fund hundreds of amazing organisations who are working on the ground to support the most vulnerable people and communities in society including many of those hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis. This includes vulnerable children and young people, people who are homeless or living in extreme poverty, women and families at risk of domestic abuse and those struggling with existing or new mental health problems.
For more info visit www.comicrelief.com
Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland)
About Sink The Pink
Sink The Pink is the largest LGBTQ+ collective and club night in the UK. Continuously challenging the status quo around nightlife culture and celebrating freedom of self-expression.
Founded in 2008, Sink The Pink began as a response to ‘too many bland and non-inclusive nights out’. Growing from humble beginnings in a working mens club in East London, Sink The Pink now tour the world with their legendary parties, live performances and immersive productions. Their dedication to diversity, creativity and joy has attracted communities and audiences from across the globe.
Sink The Pink is a melting pot of drag artists, club kids, performers, decorated choreographers, creatives and acclaimed set and costume designers. Inspired by theatre, dance, punk, pop culture and fashion they are the antidote to the new wave of soulless mega-clubs. Performing on famous stages around the world including Glastonbury, Times Square, Sao Paulo, Australia, across Europe and selling out venues such as Brixton Academy and the Roundhouse in hours. Collaborating with the likes of Little Mix, Pink, Melanie C and Years & Years, along with an array of international brands and charities who support equality.
At Sink The Pink, everyone is welcome and everyone is celebrated.
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