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Tuesday 5 March PUB EVENING 8pm
Inter-group pub evening in the Crown and Sceptre (Wetherspoons), 2a Streatham Hill, SW2 4AH
(junction with South Circular). Food available until 10pm. Contact is Tony on 020 8543 0898.
Tuesday 5 March PLAY: Communicating Doors 8pm West Norwood
Alan Ayckbourn's time-travelling comedy-thriller follows a dominatrix as she flees for her life through a
hotel room door only to find herself 20 years in the past. The South London Theatre, The Old Fire
Station, 2A Norwood High Street, SE27 9NS. Near West Norwood Station. Book your own ticket online
via http://www.southlondontheatre.co.uk/ or on 07701 055 602. £14, £11 concession. (Contact is
Steve. Preferably let him know you are going on 020 8771 6310.)
Thursday 7 March FILM: Sauvage 8.50pm Waterloo
A 22 year old male prostitute yearns for affection and falls in love with a fellow hustler – only to be
violently rebuffed. In French with English subtitles. Warning: contains nudity and violence. British Film
Institute, Southbank, SE1 8XT. Meet by Box Office by 8.40pm. Tickets £11 (concs). Book with Roy on
020 8642 0244 by 19 February.
South London Gays
PO Box 69025, London SW17 8PY www.southlondongays.org.uk
Terry 020 8674 5191 Timothy 020 8767 0578 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 12 March MONTHLY MEETING 8.00pm Bread and Roses
SLAGO Quiz: We are again hosting the first of this year's SLAGO quizzes. The Bread and Roses is at
68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ, a turning off Clapham High Street. (nearest tubes: Clapham North
and Clapham Common).
Wednesday 13 March PLAY: Touch 7.45pm Putney
A bisexual young woman has various encounters with lovers whose personalities (and turn-ons) cover a
stark range in this funny and brutally honest play about sex, connection and control. Putney Arts Theatre,
Ravenna Road, Putney, SW15 6AW. £14, concs £10. To book phone James on 020 8870 7735 by 27
Friday 15 March EXHIBITION : John Ruskin 12.30 and 2pm Temple
John Ruskin: the Power of Seeing brings together over 190 painting, drawings, plaster casts and
manuscripts to illustrate how Ruskin's attitude to beauty shaped his radical views on culture and society.
At 2 Temple Place, WC2R 3BD (meet at main entrance before 2pm.) [Temple Tube.] Free admission. We
have booked a self guided visit and need to confirm numbers in advance. Therefore please contact Basil
by 12 March on 020 8390 3107 to book a place. Preceded by optional lunch at 12.30pm at the Knights
Templar (Wetherspoons) 95 Chancery Lane, WC2A 1DT, (off Carey Street).
Tuesday 19 March CAGS MEETING 8pm Croydon
Amanda McKerracher will take us on a journey through the oldest parts of London, focusing on the
women who have lived, worked and campaigned in the City of London from the Middle Ages to the 21st
century. CAGS meet in The Spread Eagle, 39-41 Katharine Street, Croydon CR0 1NX. All welcome, no
Wednesday 20 March PLAY: Heather / Ten Men - Double Bill 8pm West Norwood
Ten Men is the life of the actor/thug/criminal/alleged lover of Princess Margaret and possessor of a 12
inch member, John Bindon. Heather is about a best selling writer becoming more and more reclusive. The
South London Theatre, The Old Fire Station, 2A Norwood High Street, SE27 9NS. Near West Norwood
Station. Book your own ticket online via http://www.southlondontheatre.co.uk/ or on 07701 055 602.
£12 £9 concession. (Contact is Steve. Preferably let him know you are going on 020 8771 6310.)u
Thursday 21 March 3F (OneBodyOneFaith) MEETING 7.00 for 7.30pm Aldgate
Return visit of Father Simon Buckley, Rector of St Anne’s Soho This time he will talk about his ministry
in Soho and will lead a short Lenten meditation. Meeting at St Botolph’s Church, very near Aldgate tube.
Contact is Tony on 020 8543 0898.
Wednesday 27 March DINNER: Nepalese Restaurant 7pm Balham
Gurkha's Diner, 1 The Boulevard, Balham High Road, SW17 7BW (Corner of Elmfield Road) Balham
tube. Phone Terry on 020 8674 5191 to book by 21 March.
Tuesday 9 April MONTHLY MEETING 8pm Bread and Roses
Improving Health and Social Care for LGBT+ People : A researcher from Kings College London talks
about a new project looking into the experiences and preferences of LGBT+ people with serious illness
when in communication with health and social care professionals.
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