Vintage fifties film with James Dean.Troubled man with history. Tickets £7 conc
In the enchanted woods anything can happen in Shakespeare's joyous cross-dressing romantic comedy. Tickets £14, Conc £10.
Ibsen's 1882 play about water pollution and offical corruption/public complacency. Featuring SLG's Bill Boyd.
Gallery Exhibition dedicated to LGBTQ featuring paintings and photos etc from John Sargeant, Hockney etc. Tickets £15 Conc .£13.10. Meet by ticket office 11:00 at main entrance. Optional lunch after at White Swan. 14 Vauxhall Bridge Road.SW 1V 2SA.
The final night of the Southwark Pride Festival. A range of acts including Barberfellas (an offshoot of the Pink Singers), Marcus Reeves (singer-songwriter), Peter Scott-Presland, Lee Griffiths, and Tom Robinson, best known for his song Glad to be Gay. Admission £10: a benefit for the Russian LGBT Federation.
The Committee have decided not to hold this meeting as a lot of other events are taking place.
UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group talk.
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.