Paradise Press authors read poetry and prose. Light refreshments available.
The first planning session for this year's Croydon PrideFest festival. To book your place, phone Yasmin Ahmed on 020 8726 6000 ext. 62545.
General knowledge quiz for members of all the SLAGO groups. Hosted by SLG.8.00pm the Railway Tavern.(Meeting room is upstairs)
We regret that this meeting has been cancelled owing to unforeseen circumstances.
All members are welcome to attend, but please contact Ross in advance to let him know you are coming.
Including a behind the scenes tour of the Surrey History Centre to see how the county's heritage is being preserved, and a number of short talks from Outline, Surrey's LGBT support organisation, and Professor Peter Hegarty of the University of Surrey. Free admission, no booking required. Refreshments.
"A Snippet of LGBT History".The event will take place at 6 pm and finish around 7.30 pm and will be hosted by our very own LGBT historian Chris Park.The seminar a good introduction for LGBT History Month (starts on 1st February) and Chris will inform you about forum planning celebrations in February .If you would like to come please kindly reply to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we are aware of the numbers to expect.
Big Boots Theatre Co.presents 'Holding The Man' (17 Jan to 4 Feb 2017 at 7.45pm) Australia. Melbourne. 1976.'Coming-of-age drama about first love and loss. It tells the story of a young man growing up gay in Melbourne, and his fight for human rights and equality against a backdrop of oppression and AIDS. Box office 0333 666 3366 (£1.50 fee for phone bookings only).Tickets £15, £12 conc's 16+) Contains adult themess
We'll be discussing Not my Father's Son by Alan Cumming.
We'll be discussing Blood Relatives by Steven Alcock.