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February 2020

Camden & Islington LGBT History Month

February 24 - March 7

forum+ is very proud to showcase the largest line-up of events celebrating LGBT History Month in the UK. The 2020 festivities centre on the themes of ‘Poetry, Prose and Plays’ with events for everyone to enjoy across Camden and Islington. From guided walks in Islington, to LGBT+ under-fives’ story book mornings; from plays by LGBT writers to queer poetry readings; from the Loudest Whispers Art exhibition to the LGBT Film Day at the British Museum, it’s a month brimming with events. Please read…

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Intercharity LGBT+ Social

February 27 • 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Apple Tree Pub, 45 Mount Pleasant,
London, WC1X 0AE United Kingdom
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Monthly social for people working in the charity and third sector.

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‘Queerstory’ Stonewall Housing LGBT+ History Month Ball

February 28 • 7:30 pm - February 29 • 1:00 am
EartH Hackney, 11-17 Stoke Newington Road, Dalston
London, N16 8BH
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£8 – £10

Stonewall Housing are delighted to present Queerstory; a night of infotainment honouring the first LGBT+ History Month of the new decade. We’re kicking off our events for 2020 in style. Come along and celebrate LGBT+ History Month with us in the gorgeous Earth Kitchen in Hackney. It will be a night of infotainment and Queerstory with 2 film screenings, live performances, DJs and beautiful spoken word. If you’re still on your feet, at 10pm we clear the runway and the…

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LGBT History Month Seminar

February 29 • 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Stayton House,, 93 Stayton Rd,
Sutton, SM1 2PS

LGBT History Month 2020 Seminar by Chris Park

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March 2020

COLOURS Youth Festival

March 7 • 11:00 am - 6:30 pm
University Place, 176 Oxford Road
Manchester, M13 9PL
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A FREE day long event for LGBT+ young people of colour aged 16-25, to celebrate and explore identity, get creative and connect with other young people from around the UK. This year the festival is taking place on Saturday 7th March in Manchester! Young people aged 14-16 are welcome but only if attending with a youth group/youth worker. For more information, please email: To register for your place at the festival, please CLICK HERE

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March Meeting

March 10 • 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Bread and Roses, 68 Clapham Manor Street
London, SW4 6DZ
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The Cultural Legacy of Stuart Marshall: Drawing on the television work and cultural activism of British artist, activist, educator, curator and arts organiser Stuart Marshall (1949-1993), artist, writer and researcher Conal McStravick will consider the role of British television in developing new kinds of LGBT+ Cultural activism, particularly in the context of the global AIDS pandemic.

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