Our speaker, Amanda McKerracher, will take us on a journey through the oldest parts of London, focusing on the women who have lived, worked and campaigned in the City of London from the Middle Ages to the 21st century. As well as the famous names, there are the countless, now forgotten working women whose stories deserve to be told ”.
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Meeting with local Police LGBT consultation group to discuss any issues. Do help support these meetings. Turn up at the Town hall before 7pm and ask for the Aurora Meeting room.
Dine with SLG members at BLUE SEA restaurant 124, Clapham Road, SW9 0LA (corner of Dorset road). Stockwell tube. Buses 155 or 333.Good food at reasonable prices.
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.
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.
Dementia Friends is about learning more and the small ways you can help. Simple actions could be patience if someone ahead of you in the supermarket is struggling or ensuring a new building is dementia friendly. Help to create dementia friendly communities.
David kindly hosts another of his party's in East Croydon..... a cheese and wine with NOTE early start at 6PM . £3 for food and bring your own drink.
Join SLG group at the Crown & Sceptre (Wetherspoons), 2a Streatham Hill, SW2 4AH for a Scottish night out as haggis, neeps and tatties will be on the menu.
A tale of forbidden love from director Sebastian Lelio. When her estranged rabbi father suddenly passes away, Ronit (played by Oscar winner Rachel Weisz) returns from New York to the North London Orthodox Jewish community that rejected her years previously for a scandalous transgression. You can book tickets (standard price £8.50, concessions £7.00) at https://www.screen25.com
Described as We Need to Talk About Kevin on acid (Total Theatre), No Kids is energetic, hilarious, and thought-provoking play from award-winning company, Ad Infinitum. Should we have kids, or not ? George and Nir are a same-sex couple trying to answer a question many face. Every consideration - adoption, surrogacy, co-parenting, how the past affects parenting and brings ethical challenges. Book at https://www.bac.org.uk or by phone 020 7223 2223. Prices range from £12.50 to £18.00,