Three LGBT films: The Colour of His Hair (2017); David is Homosexual (recently rediscovered 1976 film by Lewisham CHE); Putting on the Dish (2016). Part of the Southwark LGBT Pride Festival.
The first Croydon Pride for many years was held on the 28th of August, with a parade through the town centre and a festival in Surrey Street.
A continuation of the above, at a different venue (near the home of James Pratt).
A re-enactment of the arrest, trial and execution of James Pratt and John Smith, the last two men to be hanged for sodomy in the UK, in 1835. A community play, designed to commemorate and acknowledge a major injustice, performed at the site where the two were arrested. Free.
A tribute to the late trans woman Alex Arquette who appears in Killer Drag Queens on Dope under her stage name Eva Destruction. Also showing; Laurel and Hardy's Twice Two. Part of the Southwark LGBT Pride Festival. Free admission.
Desert Island Disks with a difference. Five prominent LGBT guests choose and talk about music that has helped to make them the person they are today. You are invited to bring a single life-changing track (MP3 on phone, SD card, or memory stick) and talk about how it affected you. Part of the Southwark LGBT Pride Festival. Free admission.
Featuring Clare Summerskill, LGBT oral historian and lesbian musical comedy performer, and Martha D Lewis, singer/composer and one time half of the Donna and Kebab duo, everybody’s favourite Greeks. New material from both Clare and Martha. Free admission: part of the Southwark LGBT Pride festival.
A trail around Nunhead Cemetery spotting the answers to questions and identifying pictures. Open to individuals and teams of any size. Meet at The Ivy House 2pm onwards to get your entry forms and your 20% food discount. Answers given at 6.00 p.m. Prizes: £50 bar tab voucher & chocs. FREE TO PARTICIPATE. Please email email@example.com in advance so we print enough entry forms. Part of the Southwark LGBT Pride Festival.
Cabaret headlined by Mark Bunyan and Peter Scott-Presland, to include Rainbow Singers Across Borders and a variety of Pride's Got Talent performers. Free.
There is a display in the foyer of Croydon Clocktower featuring local LGBT groups.