Meet at STREATHAM COMMON station at 11:00 for a walk led by Colin across Norwood and ending up at CRYSTAL PALACE station.Refreshment at Wetherspoons en route. Approx.3 miles.
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Recently released starring Imelda Staunton and Bill Nighy about the LGBT community's support for the 1984 miners' strike, is being shown as part of the Over the Rainbow Film Festival, (see above). Tickets may be booked from box office 01737 276500 or online at www.harlequintheatre.co.uk, £7.00, Concessions £6.00.
All CAGS members welcome.
for lesbians and gay men over 50.
Open Invitation to all 17:00 for 17:30 start. Slide show by John of vintage buses from the '50s.Superb buffet from Waterside caterer Mark.Cost £6 for food and room hire.
'Over the Rainbow' Redhill's first LGBT film festival. First night double billing: DALLAS BOYS CLUB at 17:30 followed by I AM DIVINE at 20:15. Tickets for each are £7. Box office 01737 276500 or online. For more film details see www.harlequintheatre.co.uk/whats-on/over-the-rainbow-film-festival.
A new play by John Wilman. based on the true story of the man whom Dorian Gray was named after. It follows John Gray over a period of years on his journey from Oscar Wilde's lover and muse to a newly-ordained Catholic priest. Book your own tickets online at www.oldredliontheatre.co.uk. £15.00, concessions £13.00
Meet at the Imperial War Museum at 11:00 for a two hour visit.Followed by a meal at the Horse & Stables pub 124,Westminster Bridge Road. All welcome
Mum’s dead. Annoyingly, dad’s not. After twenty years apart, can this estranged father and son say goodbye to mum without saying hello to each other? Her last wishes don’t give them much choice… Justin Audibert (RSC) directs Richard Marsh and Jerome Wright in this achingly funny drama that mixes poetry and prose to remind us: no matter how bad life is, family can make it worse. Wingman: Father. Son. Shambles. Tickets may be booked online at www.sohotheatre.com. £15.00, concessions £10.00