Tom Stoppard's play examines the nature of honesty and reality versus appearance by focusing on the relationship between Henry and Annie, a member of a group fighting to free a Scottish soldier imprisoned for burning a memorial wreath.
Coming events CAGS
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We will be discussing God in Pink by Hasan Namir.
Join SLG members at the Radha Krishna Bhavan South Indian Restaurant, Authentic cuisine at moderate prices.
86 Tooting High Street, SW17 0RN (opposite Sainsbury's). Tube: Tooting Broadway.
Join CAGS members for a cheap friendly lunch at the Toby Carvery, 415 Brighton Road, Purley Oaks CR2 6ES (bus or train to Purley Oaks Station)
Based on the black comedy 1956 film, Mrs Wilberforce is a sweet old lady who rents rooms to Professor Marcus and his gang of “amateur musicians”. £14, £11 conc.
Book your own ticket online via http://www.southlondontheatre.co.uk/ or on 07701 055 602.
Monthly meeting for LGBT asylum seekers only, except by invitation. For further info, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
All members welcome to eat and drink at the new look Crown and Sceptre pub. New tenants have taken over from Wetherspoons but have kept the prices low so we are trying this out.
Groups combine for a day out to Eastbourne. Catch the 10:46 from Victoria, calling at Clapham Junc 10:53 and East Croydon 11:03. arrives Eastbourne 12:14. Travel in front carriage (train may split on route so make sure it is the front carriage of the right portion). Lunch in town and a drink before returning on half hourly train service.
All members are welcome to join the committee meeting at David's in East Croydon. Please be prompt and reserve your place in advance.
Join SLG members for a talk on Gay Life in Bangladesh: Mazharul Islam shares his experiences living as a gay man in Bangladesh and talks about the hostility and prejudice faced by its LGBT community.