LGBT History Month 2015
Life and achievements of Alan Turing, .....breaking the enigma code (which it is claimed ended the second world war two years earlier than expected), his profound work on computer sciences and the persecution he suffered as a gay man.
Celebrating the lives and achievements of LGBT people. With displays all month in Croydon Library.
Robert will be bringing his book Through the eyes of Others, a collection of poems, photography, short stories, artwork and history from within and without the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender community and their friends.
Launch event for Croydon's LGBT History Month celebrations. All details subject to confirmation. Please note change of date.
The regular monthly meeting for LGBT asylum seekers.Meetings start at 1pm at the CVA Resource Centre, 82 London Road, West Croydon (West Croydon Train Station & Tram Stop are a 5 minute walk to the CVA Resource Centre)
An evening of storytelling with The Not So Lovelies, a lesbian drama group focusing on stories around the LGBT community. Tickets £5.
Booking via Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tales-of-love-lost-and-found-an-evening-of-storyt...
SLG member Tony Walton talks about the research involved to produce the three books he has edited: Out of the Shadows, Agadir to my Heart and Up the Kasbah. (This is the SLG contribution to LGBT History month.)
A performance collage comprising original songs, film, interviews, ambient sounds and spoken word celebrating the life and work of Derek Jarman, film makers, painter, gay rights activist, author, gardener. First performed at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014.
David Hockney, six decades of his paintings inc. New York and California in the 1960s, Grand Canyon series & Yorkshire landscapes. Shows connections between his art and his relationships.Tickets £7.50 (concs £6). Book online via www.davidleancroydon.ticketsource.co.uk or at Croydon Visitor Centre near East Croydon Station.
Two days of LGBT history. To include the launch of Volume One of Peter Scott-Presland's book Amiable Warriors, the history of the Campaign for Homosexual Equality.
Launch of Amiable Warriors, a history of the Campaign for Homosexual Equality and its times, Volume One,by Peter Scott-Presland. Includes an account of the founding of Croydon CHE Group. No charge, but if you'd like to come along, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. The author will also be reading from and signing books earlier in the day, as part of the Festival of LGBT History.
Our regular event for all trans people at our usual venue.
Design and make a rainbow badge. 11am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm.
For lesbians and gay men over 50.
An informal gathering of young people to meet and chat about LGBT related issues. With a sharing of poetry by a local artist.If possible please bring a duvet, hot chocolate and biscuits will be provided.Starts at 17:00 Ends 19:00. CONTACT DETAILS:To register or seek further information please contact Will Rennison email@example.com
We'll be discussing Mr Clive and Mr Page by Neil Bartlett.In February the reading group will be celebrating their Fourth Anniversary as part of LGBT History Month.)
LGBT History Month. Pride retells the extraordinary true story of the support leant to striking Welsh miners by the LGBT community.
At the Spread Eagle a one woman comedy show by Rosie Wilby.Part of LGBT History month. £10 admisssion,
For lesbians and gay men over 50. Booking required: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on 07594 572 623. Cost £7
Pre-launch event for next year's LGBT History Month.3:30–7:30pm Marketplace for LGBT stakeholders in the Old Hall (Ross manning the CHE stall).4:30–6pm FREE Workshops/CPD for Teachers, Youth Workers, Faith Group Leaders & Librarians. 7:30–9:15pm The ‘Showcase’ in the Fitzpatrick Hall see website for more on 2016 theme of Religion, Belief and Philosophy (tickets £5).