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Dalston pizza joint Voodoo Ray’s launches LGBT T-shirt for Pride

PUBLISHED: 10:31 30 June 2017

The Voodoo Ray's team in their T-shirts.

The Voodoo Ray's team in their T-shirts.

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Pizza gurus Voodoo Ray’s and its sister venue, Dalston Superstore, have launched a limited edition Pride T-shirt.

The design features the LGBT flag merged with Voodoo Ray’s logo. All profits will go to Dalston LGBT charity the Kaleidoscope Trust.

The charity works to uphold the human rights of LGBT people and believes the rights of all people should be respected equally, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Paul Dillane, executive director of Kaleidoscope Trust, said: “We are delighted our friends and neighbours have chosen Kaleidoscope Trust as their charity partner. Every pound raised strengthens our efforts to defend equality and human rights for LGBT people around the world”.

Owner of Voodoo Ray’s and Dalston Superstore, Dan Beaumont said: “The Kaleidoscope Trust do amazing work for LGBT rights. We are really happy to be working with them.”

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