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SINGER and actress Bronagh Gallagher has called for same-sex marriage to be legalised in Northern Ireland ahead of her performance at a Belfast marriage equality rally on Saturday.
Ms Gallagher will be supported on stage by Quire, a 30-strong choir of LGBT singers.
The rally in front of Belfast City Hall will follow a march through the city being organised by Amnesty International, the Irish Congress of Trade Unions and the Rainbow Project.
“I was a big supporter of the Yes campaign in the Republic and now I want to see that joy spread to Northern Ireland,” said Ms Gallagher.
“For me, this is dead simple. I think everyone is equal and the law should treat them as equal. No more and no less than that.”
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