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Never Going Underground was the slogan of the campaign against Section 28, which prohibited the "promotion" of homosexuality in schools and local authorities.

In February 1988, an estimated 25,000 people gathered in Manchester's Albert Square to protest. This print commemorates the event which was the UK's biggest demonstration for LGBT+ rights.

Created by artist Kate Charlesworth, the print is inspired by her book Sensible Footwear: A Girl's Guide, a graphic novel exploring UK lesbian history since the 1950s.

Limited print run of 100 copies.

Dimensions: unframed A3 print, approx 230mm x 307mm

Materials: Printed on 280gsm Satin FSC paper stock


Delivery info

UK standard delivery via Royal Mail: £4.00 or FREE for orders over £50.00.

For the time being, we can only accept UK orders.  

Please note: Due to the current delays in the postal service, we will aim to deliver your order within five working days.

Orders are available for collection during PHM shop opening times, Wednesday to Sunday, 10.00am - 5.00pm. Please wait until you have received a confirmation email that your order is ready to pick up before visiting the shop.

Tags: Activism, LGBTQ, Manchester, Politics, Print

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