Surrey and London Association of Gay Organisations
Film night on Friday, main event (march, park and dance party) on Saturday, wind-down with a picnic on the beach (weather permitting) on Sunday.
Now being marketed as "the UK’s biggest and best Pride event." Join the march to the park or simply watch the parade unfold. You will need to book tickets for the show afterwards.
A world-wide day of action against LGBT hate crime.
We hope to meet up with members of TAGS (The Arun Gay Society). We will travel on the 09.47 train from Victoria, (Clapham Junction 09.53, East Croydon 10.03), to arrive in Littlehampton at 11.29. On arrival, we will meet our hosts at the Look and See Café,10 minutes walk from the station, before moving on to lunch. Afterwards, there will be an opportunity to explore the town.
Join James of SLG for a naturist swim. Admission £5. On arrival walk down the stairs opposite the entrance and ask for a locker key at the desk, for which you have to leave some identification. The pool is in the basement and having disposed of all your clothes you go the pool with your £5. The event is strictly naturist. Nearest station: Goodge Street.
Hosted by SLG. All members of SLAGO groups are invited to take part.
A film of Jo Clifford's one woman play, in which she combines the life of Christ with her own experiences as a trans woman. Followed by discussion and refreshments. Organised by Metropolitan Community Church East London. Please note change of start time.
Outcome, Islington Mind LGBT Service, offers tasters from its activities and therapies. Celebrating LGBT History Month and International Women Day. Book your place with firstname.lastname@example.org. Lunch served.