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LGBTQ+ creative storytelling workshop with Queer Britain

For this event, we are having an LGBTQ+ creative Storytelling Workshop with Queer Britain, hosted by Dan Vo an educator and self-titled queerator, working with museums to put a spotlight on queer history and Florence Scordoulis, a Cambridge History Graduate and journalist.

An opportunity to come together post-lockdown and celebrate the importance of storytelling in the LGBT+ community! Explore and share your narrative, by creating a piece of living history – through written and visual artistic expression – that will be immortalised in the Queer Britain Museum archives…

The session will include

An introduction to the pioneering work of Queer Britain, the UK’s first LGBT+ museum; and exploration of the value of storytelling in the LGBT+ community.

You will then have space to reflect on your own unique and powerful lived experiences, by writing an ‘Open Letter’ to Queer Britain – as well as creating a visual representation of your life, through mindful collaging… No artistic skills are required!

Plus, plenty of good conversation, refreshments, and a chance to meet new people.

About the hosts

Florence Scordoulis is a history graduate from The University of Cambridge, who now works as a journalist specialising in women’s interest features – with a particular interest in feminist and LGBT+ rights activism.

Dan Vo is an educator and self-titled queerator, working with museums to put a spotlight on queer history.

All of our Summer Camp events will be in line with the government’s COVID-19 guidelines.

Please read our Safer Spaces Policy before attending any of these sessions.

Event Details

10th August 2021 • 6:15 pm - 8:45 pm



Friends House
173-177 Euston Road
London, NW1 2BJ
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020 7833 1674
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