Monday, 16 April, from 7 for 7.30 pm start: Classical Music Evening at Louis’s house in East Croydon. Donation of £3 towards the cost of refreshments provided. Finishes before 10 pm.
Two-course lunch for LGBT people over 50. £7. Meals provided by UNACC (Upper Norwood Association for Community Care). Booking required: note....PHONE UNACC on 020 8771 6886 by 12 noon of the day before, saying whether you'd like the vegetarian option. Don't forget to mention you're with Silver Rainbow.
A celebratory event to mark 100 years since women won the right to vote. With guest speakers, entertainment, sparkling wine and cakes, and the chance to meet and network with inspirational women. Tickets can be obtained from EventBrite or names emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All CAGS members welcome to attend to listen and contribute to the group's future plans. Please advise Ross if you would like to attend. Prompt start please.
Another optional lunch at the George (Wetherspoons), 17 George Street, Croydon CR0 1LA at 12.30pm. Afterwards Malcolm and the SLG group will take us on a tour of the Croydon Museum, at the Clocktower, Katherine Street, Croydon CR9 1ET. Admission is free. Not eating ? Meet at the Museum entrance on the first floor at 2:15pm.
The festival this year will be in Wandle Park. More details later
Dawn and Luke will be talking about the work of Bloomsbury Baptist Church, and also about the work of a charity called Streha helping people in need. Meeting at St Botolph’s Church, very near Aldgate tube.
Optional lunch 12.30pm in The Postal Order, Westow Street SE19 3RW (Wetherspoons). Leave the pub by 1.40pm to be on time for the walk which starts at 1.55pm outside Crystal Palace Station and ends at North Dulwich station. A pleasant GSWG walk that takes in Crystal Palace Park, a disused railway line and Dulwich Park. 4.5 miles, The walk is undulating and might be muddy. A stop for tea/coffee in Dulwich Park cafe.
Set in 1983 Italy, this drama tells of the summer that will forever alter the lives of two young men. Mature and sensitive Elio is a 17-year on holiday with his family at their villa in Northern Italy. Each year, his father, a university professor, invites a student to work with him and stay with his family. This year it’s Oliver. Elio becomes deeply fascinated by Oliver’s beauty and manners. Among beautiful scenery, they discover an awakening desire for each other.
Join Surrey Heritage and Outline, Surrey's LGBT organisation for a cup of LGBT history to celebrate LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans) History Month. As well as free coffee and cake there will be talks about popular 1920s and 1930s music hall performers Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney, Surrey History Centre and Outline.