Chris leads a Joint visit by both groups to see this wonderful historic house on the ponds at Carshalton,The Edwardian era billiards room, drawing room, bathroom and kitchen will let visitors step into the past and see for themselves how the residents of Honeywood would have lived.Free admission.Cafe inside.Catch the X26 departing at 10:51 from East Croydon station (Dingwall Road) to Carshalton High street or meet there at that bus stop.
Coming events CAGS
For a full list of all events past and future, see events-list-cags
Our first meeting of 2019! If necessary, we will complete our discussions of "Days Without End" by Sebastian Barry before moving on to talk about "The Little Stranger" by Sarah Waters.
Monthly meeting for LGBT asylum seekers only, except by invitation. For further info, please contact email@example.com .
The Crown and Sceptre, 2A Streatham Hill, London SW2 4AH (junction with South Circular) Wetherspoons is the NEW bi-monthly meeting point for all SLAGO members (South Lodon Gay Organisations). Come and join us for a drink and cheap meal. This replaces the Balham pub which has been closed.
Inexpensive Lunch and social chat.
A joyous celebration of LGBT history to mark the start of History Month. With performances from singer Katie Rose, veteran cabaret artist Mark Bunyan. Rainbows Singers Across Borders and students from the BRIT School and Croydon College. To book your place, please email peter,firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 28th January.
Peter speaks on Sex Education. The minefield when CHE and GLF started their campaigns in the early 70s to get the subject of homosexuality into schools. For nearly 150 years 'sex education' had been a battleground in the war fought between the permissive progressives and the reactionaries.
Author Stuart Feather will tell us about giant cucumbers, fake nuns, dead light-bulbs; weapons of the first lesbian and gay sexual revolution whose demonstrations were colourful, camp, and bitingly sarcastic, wrong-footing authority at every turn. Maoists, Marxists, Radical Feminists and Radical Queens struggled to define the idea of gay liberation.
A quartet of strangers in a sexual square dance - partners constantly swapped between desire and betrayal. Their lives intertwined over several years....a cynical look at modern times.Tickets £14 Concs £10.
Claire and/or Sarah will talk about the work of E.London out project (ELOP), in particular exploring the needs of older LGBT + people. Meet at St Botolphs church near Aldgate Tube.
First timers contact Tony on 020 8543 0898