Join SLG group for the play Stage Door at Balham.With a large cast (including SLG member Bill Boyd in a cameo role). Set in the mid-1930s,it concerns a group of women who have come to New York City to find work as actors and performers.Presented by the Southside Players at Chestnut Grove Academy, 45 Chestnut Grove, Balham, SW12 8JZ.Tickets £12 concs £9.
Coming events CAGS
For a full list of all events past and future, see events-list-cags
Merton Silver Rainbows is a new group for older LGBTQ+ adults. Friday 25th October 11am – 1.30pm. will include a dance movement taster session with Geoffery Unkovich, followed by a discussion about what people would like to see in future events.Lunch of jacket potatoes with different fillings will be served at 12.30pm followed by dessert. The cost of lunch is £7.00 book in advance by calling us on 020 8648 5792 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAGS “Songs from the Shows” Music Evening. All members welcome to join David for an evening of CDs of songs from popular musicals. Light refreshments provided. SLG members welcome to attend.
We will be discussing 'Natalie & Romiane' by Dianna Souhami
Monthly meeting for LGBT asylum seekers only, except by invitation. For further info, please contact email@example.com
Join SLG at 3.15pm on Sunday to see the film 'Wild Reeds' 3.30pm at Waterloo Les Roseaux sauvages: Set in a boarding school in 1962 France, it charts the sexual and political awakening of a group of teenagers. In French with English subtitles.
Tues 5th. 12 for 12.15 pm Join Louis for Light Lunch at Croydon's Fairfield's Arnhem Foyer Cafeteria, followed by a Free Lunchtime Concert at 1.05 pm in the Foyer, performed by students from the new Phoenix Piano Academy at Fairfield Halls. Details at: www.fairfield.co.uk
Join SLG at 8pm Streatham Hill for Inter-group pub evening in the Crown and Sceptre, 2a Streatham Hill, SW2 4AH (junction with South Circular). Food available until 10pm.
Join CAGS members for an inexpensive, friendly lunch at The Windmill, which is around ten minutes' walk from East Croydon Station.
Putney play. A beautifully written drama by Andrew Bovell about the lives of a family, poignantly presented over the course of four seasons.