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Events list SLAGO
Showing all relevant events, past and future, in descending date order.
The delayed AGM of the Campaign for Homosexual Equality. We will be discussing major proposals about the future of CHE. Refreshments provided.
3F group host the SLAGO QUIZ at St Botolphs church close to Aldgate Tube station.Teams of 3 are arranged on the night. All members of SLAGO groups welcome. £3 admission towards the food. Wine extra at £1.30 a glass served by our very own head chef Malcolm ! He needs to know you're coming.
Cabaret Evening with performances from singer, author and blogger Alex Williams, poet Jeremy Kingston and outstanding new comedian Pussy Bangkok.
SLAGO group party. Meet at the Calthorpe Arms (upstairs at back of pub ) at 19:30 for nibbles and hot food at 21:00. Last year 35 people attended, so please make the effort! Entrance is £2.00 as a contribution towards the food, which will be served from 9.00 pm.
Beginning as usual at 11am at Hove Lawns on the seafront, the parade will pass easterly along Kings Road on the seafront turning left up West Street. It will go past the clock tower up Queens Road turning right down North Road. At the bottom of North Road the Parade will turn left and join the old route to process up Gloucester Place and London Road finishing in Preston Park.The parade is now full and unless you have got tickets from their website... Brighton Pride...you will have to watch from the sidelines. Use their website to buy tickets (pricey £40 ) for Preston Park where the stage is.Celebrating 50 years since Stonewall.
Croydon host the SLAGO quiz round. Teams of 3 people arranged at the start so nobody left out.
Meet outside Marks and Spencer Croydon Town Centre (CR9 1SH) at 12pm (midday) to march together to Wandle Park where the main events and stalls will be.Take tram if not marching from West/East Croydon Station to Wandle Park There will be live music, dance, food and drink. Free entry. For artist details/ party (tickets£10) click on http://www.croydonpride.org.uk/ .Volunteers required to help carry the banner ,erect our stall and help man it some of the time ask Peter B, David or Chris if willing.
Croydon is not having a banner (exhorbitant charges) but some of us will be near the Opening doors bus so go on the web to get details for your wristband (necessary to join march) outlets. The parade sets off from Portland Place at 12pm (midday), moving down Oxford Circus, along Regent Street to Piccadilly Circus, Lower Regent Street, Pall Mall and then passing Trafalgar Square before finishing on Whitehall. We recommend that spectators avoid busy locations such as Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus and the parade will fill the whole afternoon until around 5:30pm.
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.
The Crown and Sceptre, 2A Streatham Hill, London SW2 4AH (junction with South Circular) Wetherspoons is the NEW bi-monthly meeting point for all SLAGO members (South Lodon Gay Organisations). Come and join us for a drink and cheap meal. This replaces the Balham pub which has been closed.
The SLAGO groups meet for the final Quiz round. Teams of 3 compete for prizes.Just turn up and become part of a team.
In 2019 major exhibitions and other events the world over will be celebrating the 200th birthday of the writer and artist John Ruskin. Peter Burman has been exploring Ruskin's thought and writings for most of his adult life, and is a Director of the Guild of St George, founded by Ruskin in 1871. If you care about the environment and about the beauty in landscape, traditional buildings, hand-made crafts and paintings you will enjoy this talk and the discussion it aims to spark.
7.00 for 7.30pm The third of the series of SLAGO quizzes. 3F is the central London group of OneBodyOneFaith (the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement).Points towards the SLAGO cup are awarded on a group attendance total. Teams of 3 selected on the night.
The 2019 theme is peace, reconciliation and activism, with a particular focus on the end of the First World War.
Balham South London gay groups joint pub evening. Wetherspoons, the Moon Under Water, 194 Balham High Road,SW12 0BP (opposite tube and rail stations). Come and have a cheap meal and drink with a friendly crowd.
7.00 for 7.30pm Chris Barlow talks about Outings in Art (the name of his organisation) Meeting at St Botolph’s Church,very near Aldgate tube.
SLG group's AGM 8.00pm Bread and Roses. The AGM is usually reasonably short, giving time to
socialise afterwards. The Bread and Roses pub is at 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ, a turning off
Clapham High Street. (tubes: Clapham North and Clapham Common) or Clapham High St (Overground).
Free entrance to include food. Contacts are Tony on 020-8543 0898 and Timothy on 020 8767 0578. Come along and relax with members of the other SLAGO groups. FREE entrance to include food.
South London groups meet in Wimbledon to discuss future events.
Joe Orton: Fun & Laughs, his greatest comedy hits: SLG member John Carter wonders how much this challenging gay playwright is already fading from cultural consciousness and what his legacy will be.The Bread and Roses is at 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ, a turning off Clapham High Street. (nearest tubes: Clapham North and Clapham Common).
Inter-group pub evening in Balham Wetherspoons, (opposite Balham tube and rail stations). Food available until 10pm.
SOUTH LONDON AREA GAY (SLAGO)Quiz. The second in the series of quizzes for this year's SLAGO cup. CAGS meet in The Spread Eagle, 39-41 Katharine Street, Croydon CR0 1NX. All welcome, no charge.
Representatives of the various SLAGO groups will discuss the programme for the months ahead.
Rainer Schulze, Professor of History at the University of Essex, attempts to reconstruct the forgotten life of Suleika Aldini, a transgender cabaret artist in West Germany in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, made all the more poignant by the fact that Suleika was a Roma child survivor of the Holocaust. Please note change of date to Monday for this month only.