Peter Scott-Presland will be talking about the origins of CHE and his book Amiable Warriors. An LGBT History Month event.
LGBT History Month
An exciting full day for all the family and workers in education. Continuous readings from children's and young adults books from wonderful readers and authors including Ian McKellen, Bonnie Greer, Stuart Milk (Harvey Milk’s Nephew), James Dawson and many more.. Free events, but pre-booking required: http://museumoflondon.org.uk/lgbt-festival
A day full of presentations and events exploring a range of exciting LGBT history topics. All events are free entry on a first come first served basis (no booking needed). Ross Burgess is giving one of the presentations.
Performances from Croydon College and others, plus networking. Hot food and specially brewed 'Pink Beer' from Cronx on sale throughout the evening.
Come and meet members of Outline, Surrey's LGBT support organisation. Help us put LGBT History on the map in Surrey with the Historic England Pride of Place mapping project. Enjoy coffee and cake and a behind the scenes tour (11am) of Surrey History Centre. Free, booking not required, all welcome.
Tue 9th 7:30; The Danish Girl Tue 16th 2:30 (subtitles for people with hearing loss) and Thu 18th, 11:00 and 7:30.First sex change story.Evocative views in Denmark.
For professionals working with LGBTQ+ young people. Speakers, workshops and films focusing on the voices and experiences of LGBTQ+ young people; top tips on how to support them, from speakers who are professionals in this field; signposting to services for further training. To book a place, email your name, place of work, job title and contact number to Isabel Toms-Whittle, Thebridge@croydon.gov.uk, 07734 778 677.
Gill and Garth Hewitt talking and singing about the Amos Trust, challenging injustice, building hope and positive change, and the annual arts, faith and justice festival Greenbelt. 3F is the central London Fellowship of LGCM, the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement.