Punch and Times theatre critic Jeremy Kingston talks about his lifetime involvement with the theatre and will read some extracts from his poetry collections and the plays he has written.
slg (South London Gays)
Join James of SLG for a naturist swim at the University of London Union, Malet Street, Bloomsbury. Admission £5. On arrival walk down the stairs opposite the entrance and ask for a locker key at the desk, for which you have to leave some identification. The pool is in the basement and having disposed of all your clothes you go the pool with your £5. The event is strictly naturist. Nearest station: Goodge Street.
Maria Exall, Chair of the Cutting Edge Consortium, talks about promoting acceptance and equality for LGBT people among faith based groups.
Writer and social historian Stephen Bourne talks about some of the gay men who helped Britain win the Second World War.
We regret that this meeting has had to be cancelled at short notice.
Annual General Meeting of South London Gays.
Author Peter Robins talks about gay life in the London Blitz.
Naturist swim, join Ross (hopefully) for a naturist swim at ULU. Admission £5. The pool is down the stairs in the basement opposite the entrance. At the desk there ask for a locker key for which you have to leave some identification. Having stripped off all your clothes go to to the pool with your £5. The event is strictly naturist. Nearest station: Goodge Street. An SLG/CAGS event.
We very much regret that this trip has had to be CANCELLED.
Researcher Neil Levitan from Brunel University talks about the obstacles faced by youth workers in tacking Gender Violence with young people.
Author Peter Scott-Presland presents Volume One, A Space to Breathe, the story of the gay pioneers who founded the Campaign for Homosexual Equality, 1954-1973.