The 2019 theme is once again Geography.
Surrey and London Association of Gay Organisations
A leisurely walk along the River Thames. See the palace in all its festive splendour. 2.5 miles, approx 2 hours walking. Optional LUNCH at 12.30pm in The Kings Tun, 153 Clarence Street Kingston, KT1 1QT, (Wetherspoons). The WALK STARTS at 2pm outside the pub. Sensible walking footwear recommended as the riverside path might be wet & muddy. Afternoon tea/coffee other refreshments available in The Palace Tea Room. Return by train from Hampton Court station to Clapham Junction.
Waterloo Southbank cinema. A surgeon is forced to make an unthinkable sacrifice after his life starts to fall apart, when the behaviour of a teenage boy he has taken under his wing turns sinister... Book early.
Jean Genet: Do we really understand him? SLG member John Carter reviews the life and work of this gay French social outcast and thief turned novelist and playwright.
PRAVDA.....David Hare & Howard Brenton's satire on the ruthless newspaper culture of the 1980s, in particular an insatiable media mogul eating into the liberal, loss-making establishment. Features SLG member Bill Boyd. Tickets £12, concs £11. To book, contact Gerry on 020 8870 2575 by 23 October.
Inter-group pub evening in Balham Wetherspoons, (opposite Balham tube and rail stations). Food available until 10pm.
Representatives of the various SLAGO groups will discuss the programme for the months ahead.
Provisional date, depending on the availability of the venue.
A talk by Daniel West of Opening Doors.
Jeremy Kingston, playwright, poet and former theatre critic for Punch and The Times, will talk about his lifetime involvement with the theatre and read some extracts from his poetry collections and the plays he has written.