In keeping with the LGBT History Month theme for 2016 of Religion, Belief and Philosophy. The speaker at CAGS' Brief Encounter event was Rev Art Lester of Croydon Unitarian Church.
LGBT History Month
Civic launch in the Braithwaite Hall, Croydon Clocktower.
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.
The displays are all on the first floor this year,
Romantic drama based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith (which was a Rainbow Reading Group book of the month recently). An additional showing as the January showings were fully booked. Book online via TicketSource - https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/davidleancroydon.
Peter Scott-Presland will be talking about the origins of CHE and his book Amiable Warriors. An LGBT History Month event.
An exciting full day for all the family and workers in education. Continuous readings from children's and young adults books from wonderful readers and authors including Ian McKellen, Bonnie Greer, Stuart Milk (Harvey Milk’s Nephew), James Dawson and many more.. Free events, but pre-booking required: http://museumoflondon.org.uk/lgbt-festival
A day full of presentations and events exploring a range of exciting LGBT history topics. All events are free entry on a first come first served basis (no booking needed). Ross Burgess is giving one of the presentations.
Performances from Croydon College and others, plus networking. Hot food and specially brewed 'Pink Beer' from Cronx on sale throughout the evening.