We provide the menus, you choose what you want to order (and pay for it). Bring your own drink.
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The main speaker will be Michael Peacock, gay male sex worker (trading as "Sleazy Michael") who was prosecuted under the Obscene Publications Act for selling pornographic DVDs. Unusually, Michael pleaded not guilty: the DVDs in question all depicted adult men taking part in activities which were perfectly legal to perform, but allegedly illegal to depict. The jury at Southwark Crown Court found him not guilty on all counts.
All members welcome.
Alan Ayckbourn's play, performed by Croydon Youth Theatre Organisation (CYTO). Tickets £6 (£4 concessions). Box Office 020 8655 1098.
We regret that this event has had to be cancelled because of illness.
A general knowledge quiz for teams of up to three people. Entry fee £1.00 per team.
Westminster Philharmonic; works by Croydon composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
Peter Robins, Journalist and Broadcaster, will be speaking on his career, with many fascinating anecdotes, and the famous people with whom he has been involved. All welcome.
The Rt Revd Jonathan Clark gave an interesting and thoughtful talk on homosexuality and the Church of England.
Anxiety in the Catholic Church – Rehearsed readings of two plays by Terry Cooling. A Can of Worms and Maybe it will go better second half.