David Ledain is a writer and publisher. He has put together the anthology Gay Dad (published June 2016, £8.99): ten true stories of divorced gay men with kids living in Britain today. David will be talking about the book and how he came to write and publish it, and will have copies for sale. Meeting open to all, no charge.
Surrey and London Association of Gay Organisations
From the English Collective of Prostitutes, an articulate proponent for the law to recognise the right of women sex workers to practice in safety. For more details, see our press release at http://cags.org.uk/press-releases/pressrel-2016-02.shtml.
This has been postponed until the 13th of June.
Highgate Village to Parliament Hill Fields. From Archway station (meet exit barrier 2pm). We will take bus 143, 271 or 210 to Highgate village and walk from there via Fitzroy Park downhill to Hampstead Heath. We will pass the boating and men's bathing ponds (energetic can bring your swim trunks) to the café at Parliament Hill Fields for refreshments. Others can climb to the top of Parliament Hill Fields for London view. We will end the walk at Southampton Arms for an excellent selection of ales and bar food. Short walk from the pub to Kentish Town station (Northern Line) or a bus.
Art Lester will be talking about Unitarians and their liberal attitude to gay issues. 3F is the central London Fellowship of LGCM, the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement.
The regular get-together for members of the SLAGO groups.
A Quiz featuring the lives and achievements of LGBT+ people over four millennia, but aimed at a general audience. Music, art, sport, history, geography, showbiz and film, natural history and gay London all feature.
Entry £2 per head, with all entry money going to the winning team. More details in the Press Release.
A night by the veterans for everyone. With Peter Scott-Presland, Jeremy Kingston, Jeff Doorn. Pianist – Nigel Stewart. More details in the Press Release and the flyer. The four confirmed performers can boast over 200 years as practising homosexuals between them. You’d think by now they’d have got it right. Entry free.
Parade down North End, led by Rainbows Across Borders (parade assembles 12:30 pm near Marks & Spencer) for 1.30 start. parading through North End : Cross the Tramway to enter the High Street & then turn first right into Surrey Street. The Parade will be greeted by the Mayor (who might double up by also Parading). The Festival Staged events with stalls will take place in Surrey Street with a children’s play space in Kennedy’s Yard.Festival in Surrey Street with stalls, food, drink, etc, and entertainment by Topping and Butch and other acts.