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This panel will consider queer parenthood, exploring how the experiences and situation of queer parents differs across countries and contexts, as well as some of the history of queer of parenthood. We are lucky to welcome four panellists to this event: Dr Marcin Smietana, Dr Linda Layne, Susie Bower-Brown, and Dr Robert Pralat. About the speakers: Dr...

Sharpen your pencils, get out your team mascots – Quizzes in Shorts is back! Find out if you’ve got what it takes to be the cleverest queers in Cambridge. Suggested donation £5 per person. Max. team size 5. All proceeds will go to Cambridge Pride. 7pm in the bar area at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse. Accessibility:...

HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT" VICTORIA SIN // CLASH // RUN(A)WAY ARAB // ANEMONE Amrou Al-Kadhi (British Iraqi non-binary drag performer known onstage as Glamrou, founder of Denim., author of "Unicorn: the Memoir of a Muslim Drag Queen", and co-host of the BBC's NB podcast) will be visiting St John's Picturehouse to screen a quartet of short films addressing themes of...

A brand new all singing, partial dancing, storytelling extravaganza for the whole family!   Celebrating the lives and achievements of the LGBT community we are welcoming panto dame, drag character Mama G and her Story Time Roadshow to Covent Garden Studio this upcoming February! Mama G goes all over the country telling children and their families stories...

‘Animals don’t do sexual identity; they just do sex.’ From same-sex sexual behaviour in giraffes and penguins to the scientists working in the field of zoology. How do the labels and categories we give animals affect the way we interact with the natural world? Our volunteer guides share their personal selection of fascinating stories about gender and...

What can you learn from different cultures' interpretation of gender and sexual identity? Our volunteer guides share a selection of fascinating stories exploring the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture through a range of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-related objects in the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Important information Please arrive at the...

Join us at the Central Library for a special storytime celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month, followed by a simple family craft! Meet members of the New Family Social and meet other LGBTQ+ parents and carers! FREE event; all welcome! Parents/carers to stay with their children at all times. Located in the Children's Library (1st floor). Accessibility: There is wheelchair...

What can you learn from different cultures’ interpretation of gender and sexual identity? From women scientists in the polar regions, to communities living at the extreme ends of the Earth explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture in the Polar Museum. Our volunteer guides share their personal selection of fascinating stories about...

A popular afternoon for the whole community to come together upstairs at the Locker Café and have a chat and a coffee (and cake too!). Accessibility: There is only wheelchair access to the ground floor, not upstairs where the meeting takes place. There is padded seating, a partially accessible toilet (not large enough for all types of wheelchair),...

What can you learn from different cultures' interpretation of gender and sexual identity? Our volunteer guides share a selection of fascinating stories exploring the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture through a range of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-related objects in the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Important information Please arrive at the...