LGBT Croydon

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This Island's Mine

Seventeen-year-old Luke runs away to London – away from homophobic playground slurs, headlines that scream ‘Don’t Teach Our Children To Be Gay’ and a family who wouldn’t understand him – to Uncle Martin, who he once saw with his arms around another man at a march. In the capital, Mark is sacked because of fears about colleagues working with ‘someone like him’. His boyfriend, Selwyn, faces being beaten up both by the police and at home by his own stepbrother. Meanwhile, Debbie battles with her son, who doesn’t want to live with her and her girlfriend.

CAGS Countryside Ramble

Join Francis for a group walk .Train from East Croydon (Platform 6) for the 10.32 train to Tattenham Corner. Then mainly downhill walk over Epsom Downs, past Grandstand to Epsom Weatherspoons for lunch (about 2.5 miles). Return different route to Tattenham Corner OR train back to Croydon from Epsom.

BRING AND SHARE Party

David opens up his house to yet another party but includes SLG members too. To save on catering work you are invited to bring some food of your own choice to be shared plus bring your own drink.The choice is yours ! Book early to avoid disappointment (numbers may be limited ).

SLG Monthly Meeting

Peter Scott-Presland speaks on 'What shall we tell the children? Part Two takes up the story from 1970; the battle for LGBT groups to get positive images into schools; the Labour councils led by LGBT activists who supported them; the 'scandals' - Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex...and Jenny Lives with Eric and Martin; Section 28; and the whole tug-of-war between repression and liberation which is still going on over schools policy.

PLAY : Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.

Join SLG for a play visit .There has been a murder and only Dirk Gently suspects the butterfly. In time, you will understand many things. Even, eventually, the plot. Southside explore the fundamental interconnectedness of all things in this spectacular version of Douglas Adams’ other masterpiece. Presented by the Southside Players at Chestnut Grove Academy, 45 Chestnut Grove, Balham, SW12 8JZ. Tickets £12 concs £9.

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