2.5 miles Gentle walk along the Thames. See the Palace in all its festive splendour. Beforehand Optional LUNCH at 12.30pm in The Kings Tun, 153 Clarence Street Kingston, KT1 1QT, (Wetherspoons). The WALK STARTS at 2pm outside the pub. Good footwear needed as the riverside path might be wet & muddy. Afternoon tea/coffee etc available in The Palace Tea Room. Return by train from Hampton Court station to Clapham Junction.
Coming events SLAGO
For a full list of all events past and future, see events-list-slago
Representatives of the various SLAGO groups will discuss the programme for the months ahead.
Inter-group pub evening in Balham Wetherspoons, (opposite Balham tube and rail stations). Food available until 10pm.
Dan Wye and members of The LOUMGAIR Collective discuss the upcoming development of their latest theatre production exploring issues of self-worth, mental health difficulties faced by the LGBTQ community and the growing recognition of 'toxic masculinity', and they would like to hear about our own experiences of these issues.
Jeremy Kingston, playwright, poet and former theatre critic for Punch and The Times, will talk about his lifetime involvement with the theatre and read some extracts from his poetry collections and the plays he has written.
The main speaker will be Glenys Parry, long-term campaigner and former Chair of CHE. All welcome, no charge, refreshments provided.
“Alfred Bruce Douglas, you are charged that between 1891 and 1900 you did wilfully cause the physical, artistic and psychological murder of Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde, author and gay liberation pioneer; and further, that you did conspire to contrive the death of his first and greatest lover, Robert Baldwin Ross, critic and gay liberation pioneer, between 1905 and 1918.” For the prosecution: Peter Scott-Presland; for the defence: Andrew Lumsden, QC. You are the jury.
Filmmaker, painter, gay rights activist, author, gardener – Derek Jarman packed many roles into a short life. Jarman In Pieces is a performance collage comprising original songs, film, interviews from people who knew Jarman and his work, ambient sounds and spoken word that aims to celebrate the contrasts in Jarman's life rather than reconcile them.
Project Adorno are a two-man arts collective from southwest London whose electro-pop cabaret live performances read like a quirky thesis on popular culture from the last 30 years. Created and performed by Project Adorno
Please note the change from our usual date.
A contest towards the 2018 SLAGO Cup competition.