Friday 7th April, 12 pm – 3 pm Join us for floral delight at the oldest cultivated garden in London. Archbishop Justin Welby opens his 11 acre garden to the public, each first monthly friday 12 – 3 pm. Entry fee £5 (goes to charity). We suggest bringing a packed lunch. Drinks are available.Meet at noon outside the main entrance, near Lambeth Bridge - if late join later in the garden. Bus 507 – from Victoria or Waterloo – stops at stop SP 'Lambeth Palace' near entrance and Lambeth Bridge.' Nearest tube is Lambeth North.For further details, see: www.tfl.gov.uk
Coming events CAGS
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Monthly Meeting for asylum seekers
Southern Baptist Sissies is a play by Del Shores about the unforgettable story of four boys growing up gay in a religious community in Dallas, Texas. Hilarious, wildly imaginative play, their lives from eight years old to adulthood as they veer between friendship, sex & estrangement.
Tickets may be booked online at www.abovethestag.com
Come and join the Committee meeting and contribute your views to the proceedings.Note this one starts early at 12:30. Apologies to moving last month's (my fault) without informing everybody but you do need to ring the host to tell him that you're coming.This time at David's in East Croydon.
The Leather Scene Today: Members from London Leathermen talk about the aims, activities and events of the gay leather communities in the UK and abroad.CAGS mebers welcome.
Grahame kindly offers an afternoon social in Upper Norwood with food.2pm to 6pm.£3 towards refreshments.
The second in our new series of monthly meetings. Our guest speaker will be photographer Tom Dingley, instigator of OUTCOME, a photographic portrait project in which each sitter holds their childhood photograph, showing who they once were, to the person they are now. Tom will talk about the project and its aims, and about the studio day, to be held later, where we will have the opportunity to become involved.
Informal lunch for CAGS members and their friends. All welcome!
Join our S.L.G friends at the British film institute Southbank SE 1 8XT (Waterloo) Working class and middle-upper class worlds come together in this look at class conflict within the gay world.Director Reiner Werner Fassbinder. In German with subtitles.Meet by Box Office by 6.10pm. Tickets £7 (concs).