Judy Dench stars in the story of the relationship between Queen Victoria and her Indian servant Abdul Karim. Tickets £8 (concs £6.50). Meet at box office (preceded at 1.00 by an optional meal in The George, 17 George Street, CR0 1LA. To book, contact Terry on 020 8674 5191 by 18 September.
slg (South London Gays)
SLG Monthly Meeting and AGM: reasonably short, giving time to socialise after.
Speakers from Paradise Press give readings from their recently published anthology of writing by members of the Gay Authors Workshop.LATER START TIME.8:30
Whitehall. Ian Wilson will host a dinner party at the Civil service Club. Meet in the bar from 6pm for a drink and dine at 7pm. Cost: about £12 excluding drinks and service. Dress: smart casual, tie optional.
EXHIBITION; Desire, Love, Identity 10.30am British Museum Bloomsbury. Free display explores LGBT histories through museum objects. Meet at ticket desk, Great Court. 12pm. Optional Wetherspoons after.
Stage Play in Putney. Story moves through the lives of four generations of an ordinary northern family – grandmother,mother, daughter and granddaughter.
Chris Park from the Merton LGBT Forum traces UK law on same sex behaviour (mostly male) from 1533 to the present day.
Psychotherapist Andrew Goode describes how greater self awareness and insight can free us of problems and anxieties and lead us to a more positive and fulfilled life.
Author/ Campaigner Peter Scott-Presland recounts his student days at Oxford in the 1970s.
Join the SLG group for a visit to the recently opened Newport Street Gallery.Contains Damien Hurst's art collection. Admission free. (Vauxhall tube) Followed by lunch at the Windmill pub, 44 Lambeth High St, SE1 7JS.