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Members of Gay Authors Workshop will be presenting at an Opening Doors London event as part of their South London programme in collaboration with the University of Greenwich. To be followed by a a drinks reception hosted by the University LGBT Staff Network, in the beautiful surroundings of the University’s campus. Contact: 020 7239 0400 or Info@openingdoorslondon.org.uk.
update......sorry it's SOLD OUT !!!
Grahame invites you to join him for Afternoon tea (2-6 pm) in Upper Norwood, £3 donation for food.
A nationwide festival of events celebrating LGBT life and culture. See www.stonewallseason.org.uk/events-list/ for the full list of events.
Inter-group pub evening in the Balham Wetherspoons, . Food available until 10pm.
12:00 for 12:30 for LGBT people over 50. £7. Booking required: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Tom with your choice of main course.
Today's menu: Roast Pork with apple sauce, OR Stuffed Pepper, both with mashed swede, peas and roast potatoes. The dessert is sherry trifle.
John Osborne's 1956 revolutionary play. £14, concs £10.
The monthly meeting for all LGBT asylum seekers.
Various events and venues around London. Organised by Gaywise. See their website for more details.
LGBT police consultation group for all.
Professor Jeffrey Weeks talks about gay life, past and present, with reference to the publication of a revised and updated version of his classic book 'Coming Out'.
Open to all CAGS members. Come and help group direction by attending the Committee meeting at Ross & Roger's in Purley. Please note earlier start time.
2pm to 6:30pm. Information stalls, workshops and meditation from people & organisations that support LGBT.
GALHA MEETING 7.30pm Peter Tatchell talks about LGBT/Muslim solidarity.
Representatives of the various SLAGO groups (including CAGS and SLG) will discuss the programme for the months ahead. Speak to Ross or Roger if you have an idea as to what SLAGO could be doing,
Our regular event for all trans people at our usual venue.
From the English Collective of Prostitutes, articulate proponents for the law to recognise the right of women sex workers to practice in safety.
Join SLG (South London Gays) at Jamie's Italian, Westfield Shopping Centre (Unit 1078), Areil Way, W12 7GB. 2 /3 courses for £10.95 / £12.95.
Silver Rainbow Lunch for LGBT people over 50,
3F (LGCM London Fellowship) meeting 7.00 for 7.30pm. Canon Jeremy Pemberton will be talking about attitudes towards gays in the church.
!pm for 2pm start. Organised by TransPALS together with Aurora. The Ceremony of Remembrance, in which a candle is lit in remembrance of each named murder victim, will be in a quiet, private space in Bernard Weatherill House with music and poetry. After the ceremony there will be a time to meet socially over refreshments. Please phone Rachel: 07918 602 333 or e-mail email@example.com so we have an idea of numbers.
7.00-10.30 pm. Open to all, with live band, interval entertainment and light refreshments.Price £15, or £12 via website. they also hold Scottish country dance classes each Wednesday at 8.15-10.00 pm in the Sports Hall, St Mary's Community Centre, Upper St, Islington, N1 2TX. Beginners welcome. Price £8.
More details to follow.
We'll be discussing 'In a Strange Room'' By Damon Galgut
Beauty on the Piste Above the Stag THEATRE runs from 24th November. Further details online.
Songs ranging from pop hits to showtunes:One night only.Commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Chorus. Tickets£25-40. Royal Festival Hall. Book tickets via website.
The 14th Annual LGBTQ History and Archives Conference. 9:30 to 5pm. £15 (£10 concessions): includes lunch.
Join Steve visiting Croydon Airport at Airport House Purley Way CRO OXZ .Free entry. Meet entrance 11.30am or join at The Gipsy Moth pub approx.12:30 for cheap carvery meal at £5.99.
Museum has plane in front, which you can see from the buses 119 or 289 at terminus.Gypsy moth is beyond the bus stops.
12:00 for 12:30. for lesbians and gay men over 50. Booking required in advance. £7 payable on the day. firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on 07594 572 623.
We'll be discussing Alexander McQueen : Beneath the Skin By Andrew Wilson
Party for all LGBT asylum seekers and their supporters.
Social event and Christmas meal for all trans people at our usual venue.
One time broadcaster and photographer, Stephen McKenna makes a return visit to SLG with a talk in which he profiles his first steps in film making and his short form historic documentary strand, 'A Quiet Corner'.
Celebrate Christmas with your friends at David's party...open to all members. £3 towards food and bring drink to help you get merry. We may have a santa and presents will be given out to those of you that have been good this year.
Sociable lunch for all LGBT people over 50.
Former soldier James Wharton describes his life in the Household Cavalry. The first openly gay soldier to appear on the cover of the Army's magazine 'Soldier' in 2009.