Surrey and London Association of Gay Organisations
The "longest running queer film event in the UK" will continue in spring 2012, celebrating its 26th year.
The Conference will include a debate on censorship, with guest speakers Holly Combe of Feminists Against Censorship and Mike Frost, BDSM activist. Jonathan Harbourne of London 2018 will talk about the LGBT UK History Project.
Gay Poet Extraordinaire and one of the very first UK gay literary activists. He now has nearly 400 poems in print worldwide
Highlight of World Pride 2012. Now a walking parade with no floats. Some of us plan to march with the Older LGBT groups at the front of the parade (wearing red) under the Silver Rainbow banner: if you'd like to join us, please meet at 10:15 outside the Post Office, 11 Baker Street, London, W1U 6RR.
The regular bi-monthly get-together for members of the SLAGO groups.
We will be celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, looking back to Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897, and remembering that more than half of the countries in the Commonwealth still have anti-gay legislation, inherited from the days of the British Empire.
LGBT History Month Celebration Party - with karaoke, disco, pub quiz (and possibly cabaret!). Organised by Merton LGBT Forum.
Film Kick-Off presented by Merton LGBT Forum for LGBT History Month. What happens when the hardest team in the Sunday Soccer league comes up against a gay team and finds they've finally met their match? The latest offering from award-winning writer/director Rikki Beadle-Blair (FIT, Stonewall, Metrosexuality) is an outrageous comedy set in the crazy gung-ho world of 5-a-side footie.
The assembly seeks to bring together all the organizations that are interested in the Lesbian, Gay, Bi- and Transgender and Questioning communities in South-East England. Organised by Q:Alliance in Milton Keynes. Admission free to all.