LGBT Croydon

Resources and support groups for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trans people in the London Borough of Croydon

2018

FILM: Sebastiane

6.10 pm Waterloo Derek Jarman's film of events in the life of St Sebastian at the time of the Roman Empire, including his martyrdom by arrows. In Latin with English subtitles. Contains male nudity. British Film Institute, Southbank, SE1 8XT. Meet by Box Office by 6pm. Tickets £7.20 (concs).

BP PORTRAIT AWARDS

National Portrait Gallery. This free annual exhibition of portraits by promising young artists is always worth seeing. Meet at the entrance in St Martin’s Place, near Trafalgar Square. Preceded at 12.30pm by optional lunch at the Lord Moon of the Mall (Wetherspoons), 16 Whitehall, SW1A 2DY.

ART exhibition

Join SLG to see the Story of Reich’s campaign against ‘degenerate’ art and the response in London in 1938
by an exhibition at the New Burlington Galleries in London. The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square,
WC1B 5DP. Free admission. Followed by an optional lunch at the Shakespeare’s Head (Wetherspoons),
64-68 Kingsway, Holborn WC2B 6BG.

Seaside trip to Broadstairs

Join SLG group for this trip. Meet up with Ken and Leanne to spend the day in this attractive seaside town. We are catching the 10.40 train from Victoria arriving at 12.31. We will go for lunch in The Charles Dickens, 5-6 Victoria Parade, Broadstairs, Kent CT10 1QS then spend the afternoon exploring the town. – (Direct return trains leave Broadstairs at 54 mins.past each hour.)

Gay Men's chorus

On Sunday 12 August the London Gay Men's Chorus Ensemble performs at the Camden Fringe Festival
for the first time. Performances at 6pm and 7.45pm, tickets £12 and £10 concs. Upstairs at the Gatehouse
pub, Highgate West Hill, Highgate, N6 4BD. Book online.

The Wound

An intimate and boldly transgressive film by South African director John Trengove, charting a young teen's initiation ritual in a remote mountain retreat off the Eastern Cape. Featuring a terrific debut from openly gay musician Nakhane Touré, better known in his native South Africa as a successful singer-songwriter, The Wound is a thought-provoking exploration of manhood as reflected through the prism of African Culture.

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