Stephen Wall, a former diplomat, talks about the Foreign Office from the 60s, when gay men and women were excluded, to today where the FCO is a Stonewall top 100 employer.
slg (South London Gays)
A private party, with SLG and CAGS members, and friends. Buffet provided.
Jeremy Marks talks about the ’Courage’ movement for gay evangelical Christians, which has changed its ministry from ‘cure’ to acceptance.
James Taylor, Senior Health Officer at Stonewall, talks about Stonewall's ground-breaking research into older gay people, their experiences and expectations of care.
Psychiatrist and criminologist Professor Donald West describes his secret, fraught love-life and precarious professional career.
Our own Tony Walton talks about the latest book he has edited, which gives the memories and adventures of gay expats to Tangier, Tunisia and Algeria, 1890 to 1980. (At least three SLG members have contributed to it.)
Free showing of the Noel Coward comedy Blithe Spirit presented by the David Lean Cinema Campaign. An SLG event.
General knowledge quiz hosted by SLG. Counts towards the SLAGO Cup Competition for 2011-12.
At The Bread & Roses, 68 Clapham Manor Street, London SW4 6DZ.
Ivor C Treby reminisces and reads a new selection from some 35 years of his published writings.