Dinner at the Radha Krishna Bhavan South Indian Restaurant, 86 Tooting High Street, SW17 0RN (opposite Sainsbury's). Tube: Tooting Broadway. Authentic cuisine at very reasonable prices.
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Saturday afternoon in Balham. Rory Kinnear’s first play is a witty and heartfelt portrait of a family falling apart – and finally pulling together again. Presented by the Southside Players. Tickets £12 concs £9. To book, phone Bill or E-mail him (see below)
BOOK by June 29th !! Members of the former Guildford Area Gay Group are having a garden party, in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital. It will take place from 1pm to 5pm on Saturday 28 July in Aldershot about 15 to 20 minutes walk from the station. (Bring a bottle or equivalent.) Tickets are £5 and are only available in advance (not on the door). A direct train (£13 super off peak day return) leaves Waterloo at 11.53, Clapham Junction 12:00 reaching Aldershot at 12.49. Also donations of gay books, mags, videos, DVD’s for the charity bookstall would be appreciated.
An evening of radical poetry, cabaret, music a mayhem featuring Project Adorno who entertained us so splendidly at our February meeting, plus Folkestone bard Patric Cunnane and Cornwall poet Sue Johns. Info & bookings,visit http://colourhousetheatre.co.uk/rebrand/booking/louder-than-liberty-3/
All welcome to attend or speak to any Committee member if you'd like to raise an issue. At David's in East Croydon please advise him if coming.
Friday 10th 7:30 for 8pm start.Tony hosts a classical music evening. £3 donation for refreshments.
Ian Wilson invites CAGS members to join SLG for dinner in the Civil Service club. Meet in the bar from 6.30pm for a drink and dine at 7pm. Cost: about £12 excluding drinks and service. Dress: smart casual, tie optional. Contact Ian on 020 8390 0644 with your full name and telephone number by 2 May.
Malcolm’s - Cream tea party in West Norwood from 4 till 7.30 pm. Donation of £2.50 towards the cost of food. Ring Malcolm by 4th May on 020-8670-1590 to book and for address.
Matthew leads a walk from Crystal Palace station tickethall at 10.30. Passing through the park, along quiet roads & disused rail line to Dulwich Park. Some small hills, mainly good paths . Refreshments should be available at the park café / nearby pub or bring a packed lunch and drink. Buses return to Crystal Palace/Croydon area.
Mix and Mingle For the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.