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QTI Coalition of Colour in collaboration with QWiC (A Queer Women and Non-Binary Community) and Cambridge Central Library invites you to an afternoon of board games. Please note that we try to make our events as safe as possible for queer and trans people and people of colour regardless of age, ability and background. We hope...

Aude Konan wrote her first novel, My little sister (Ma petite soeur) at only 12 years old,  published by the company Dagan. She followed up by winning numerous children’s writing competitions. As a playwright, she is an alumni of Soho Writers Group and the Royal Court’s Introduction to Playwriting and her work has been performed at the Southwark Playhouse and the Stratford...

Same-sex desire does not need modern labels and categories in order to exist across time. From goddesses and ancient myths to powerful emperors explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture amongst the statues and sculptures of the atmospheric Cast Gallery at the Museum of Classical Archaeology. Volunteer guides share their personal selection...

Morgan Page, founder and creator of trans history podcast ‘One from the Vaults’, will be giving a riveting talk dedicated to trans history. To celebrate LGBT+ History Month, Page will discuss the long and colourful past of the trans community, with chance for questions at the end. This event is open to all, regardless of...

In 1998, the recently established Gay and Lesbian Archives of South Africa acquired about 600 photographs depicting a group of individuals assigned male at birth, who presented and expressed themselves according to conventions of femininity. The girls, as they called themselves, were classified as “Coloured” under apartheid and lived in District Six, Cape Town, when...

Queers in Shorts is a free film event showing LGBT+ themed short films in the bar at the Arts Picture house. It is free to attend and you don’t need to book a seat, just turn up. Accessibility: There is wheelchair access. There is padded seating, and an accessible toilet. This isn’t a designated quiet space, general...

‘Filth are my politics, filth is my life!’  Divine  ‘Just because people throw it out and don’t have any use for it, doesn’t mean it’s garbage.’  Holly Woodlawn   ‘Baby, I am the garbage.’  James Schuyler  Queer culture, not one but many, an amassing, an agglomeration, an abundance, an efflorescence in filth and waste and garbage all piled up. In ever-replenishing, overflowing supply...

The Rebel Dyke History Project is preserving the stories of the kick-ass young dykes of post-punk London with an extensive archive and upcoming feature-length documentary. Encompassing landmark moments in queer history like Greenham Common peace camp, histories of squatting, sex and fetish clubs, AIDS protests, abseiling into the House of Lords and Section 28, the...