Pride in London is supporting the Southwark LGBT Pride Festival, a series of events taking place in and around South East London.
25 June - Nunhead Treasure Hunt
Follow the clues, answer the questions around the romantically gothic splendours of Nunhead cemetery. Prizes Special food discount of 20% on the excellent pub food. Enter in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org - no limit to numbers. Starts from The Ivy House.
25 June - From Fairly Vocal to Varifocal
Claire Summerskill and Martha D Lewis were each half of a hugely popular music/comedy duo in the 80s and 90s. Each now has a solo career, Claire as a respected oral historian, Martha as singer. composer and arranger. Here they come together for the first time, and Claire has a new album out.
26 June - Tell Tale Tracks
What music changed your life/made you who you are? Celebrities Linda Bellos (pioneering lesbian leader of Lambeth Council), Andrew Lumsden (founder of Gay News), Kate Hutchinson (Wipe Out Transphobia) and Will McCallum (Sexual Avengers) share their music and their memories.
26 June - Trans inclusive Yoga
Trans inclusive Yoga at Greenwich West Community Centre, 141 Greenwich High Road, SE10 8JA
29 June - Southwark LGBT Film Night
Killer Drag Queens on Dope - a hilarious tribute to pioneer trans activist Alexis Arquette, appearing under her stage name of Eva Destruction. Low budget, low rent, cult trash classic. Plus Laurel and Hardy Twice
01 July - The Keyhole
A community play about the last two men to be hanged for sodomy in the UK, in 1835, staged outside the house where one of them lived.
03 July - The Capital Quiz
Reviving the London-wide Quiz Competiton which ran 1981-2008 at Central Station.
03 July - Film Night :1967 and All That
A selection of short films introduced by those involved with them.
06 July - Better Out than In
Cabaret benefit for Russian LGBT Federation starring Tom ('Glad to be Gay') Robinson and comedian Scott Capurro.
For timings and further details about each event, and information about the festival itself, plus accessibility information please visit the Southwark LGBT Pride website detailed below.
- No BSL interpretation
- No induction loop
- No speech to text
- Not family friendly
- Over 18s only
When you're there
- No gender neutral toilets
- May be alcohol
- May be crowds
- May be flashing lights
- May be loud noises
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