An afternoon with Bryan Murphy

Wimbledon Library 35 Wimbledon Hil, Wimbledon

Bryan Murphy, star of stage, screen and roadside café, born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, is the author of the new book, 'Everybody on Stage for the Hawaiian Number'. Bryan wrote the book at the urging of friends due to his history with the LGBTQ+ community. Performing in Gay venues around the world, meeting […]


Merton LGBTQ+ Film Festival

Wimbledon Library 35 Wimbledon Hil, Wimbledon

Join Merton Plus for a free movie to celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month 2023 To book click on the link below.


GIRES Lok goes to the Cinema Museum

Cinema Museum 2 Renfrew Road, London

The UK charity GIRES, established in 1997, when Bernard Reed, OBE, and Terry Reed, OBE helped their transgender daughter win a landmark sex discrimination case. GIRES has been instrumental in several positive changes to trans rights in the UK. A Legacy of Kindness (LoK) is a project that has set out to capture the many […]


Bi & Queer History at Bishopsgate Institute

Bishopsgate Institute 230 Bishopsgate, London

Bisexual people have always been here! The words we've used have changed over the years but the experiences have been remarkably unchanged, ever since monosexism and heteronormativity were ingrained in patriarchy. Our history is just as important, and just as diverse (if not more so) as the rest of queer history - its all entwined […]



Rhoda McGaw Theatre Woking

The world's most prestigious advocacy pageant for transgender women makes Woking Town Centre their home in August. The participants will showcase their culture, intelligence, talents, and passion! Finalists from England, Nigeria, Argentina, South Africa, Canada, Scotland, France, Thailand, and Wales will converge in Rhoda McGaw Theatre to showcase their talents, creativity, and intelligence in a […]

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