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History Month Tag

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Interact is a regular get together for Gay and Bi men. You can attend any event for as long as you want i.e. you can drop in, stay for the whole event, come to every event or just occasionally. It’s a safe, friendly and relaxed space where you can talk about your experiences, find out...

The Heong Gallery presents the first exhibition of Hurricane Bells – a project by contemporary artist Peter Shenai. Shenai has designed and cast five bronze bells, whose shapes are based on the structure of Hurricane Katrina – the storm that devastated New Orleans in August 2005. About Hung in a line and struck in order these bells produce...

Speaker: Mehrdad Alipour, University of Exeter Although reformist Muslim scholars and activists have developed a tolerant approach to homosexuality over the last few decades, they have avoided including the issue of bisexuality in their debates. Following an essentialist epistemology, they believe that the methodology and the types of political and academic arguments they apply to argue...

There will be a Community Networking Event co-hosted by Cambridgeshire County Council and The Kite Trust (a local charity that support LGBT+ young people) 2-4.30pm at Room 128 Shire Hall, Cambridge. We will have speakers including Pip Gardner (Chief Executive of the Kite Trust) and Aggie Fisher (Cambridgeshire Police-South Cambs Hate Crime Officer). Refreshments will...

Angels in America: Perestroika comes to the ADC theatre for five nights, Tuesday-Saturday at 7.15. The second part of Tony Kushner's epic drama. It tracks the AIDS crisis in New York and leans even further into the magical realist elements which are gestured towards in the first part. An Angel visits a gay man living with...

A brand-new production of cult classic Priscilla, Queen of the Desert comes to the Corn Exchange. Performances Monday-Saturday at 19.30; matinees on Thursday and Saturday at 14.30. Joe McFadden, winner of Strictly Come Dancing, is set to star in a brand new stage production of the cult classic and much-loved glittering hit musical, Priscilla, Queen of...

What are your favourite queer stories? Are they books about real-world fictional LGBTQ+ characters, like Tipping the Velvet or Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe? Sci-fi cultures where gender and sexuality are very different, like Ancillary Justice or Star Wars fanfiction? Or is it books where you realised something about yourself –...

Safe sacred space for LGBT+ people and allies. On the 2nd Sunday of each month, from 7pm, there is a bring and share supper. Open Table is a worshiping Christian community offering a warm welcome to people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, asexual and all who seek an inclusive church. Open Table aims...

‘These histories have not always been visible, but they have always been there.’ From queens, emperors, and divine beings to artists and local collectors explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture in Fitzwilliam Museum. Our volunteer guides share their personal selection of fascinating stories about gender and sexual identity through a range...