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History Month Tag

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The rise of the right is a global phenomenon of the last few years, with far-right groups increasing their political influence and even gaining control of governments around the world. Increasingly authoritarian states include many regional and world powers whose spheres of cultural influence extend well beyond their borders. What are the experiences of queer...

History month is the biggest event in the Encompass Network Calendar with over 40 events planned this month for the community. There is literally something for everyone this month. The theme is Poetry, Prose and Plays which is perfect for Cambridge. We have plays at the ADC and Cambridge Corn Exchange, we have poetry readings,...

After the City Council’s flag ceremony on Friday 31st January, the rainbow flag will be flying high above the Guildhall. Let’s start off February with a bang – bring your own flags to fly, wear and wave! Of course we'll have all the colours of the rainbow, but we want to see all the colours...

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...

A temporary display in the Museum of Classical Archaeology of new installations created and co-curated by Luis Jimenez, Lizzie Knott, Suzy Rickard, Jack Silvester and Lily Stancliffe. The display launches on the 1st, and will remain throughout February. Museum Remix is a series of installations in the Museum of Classical Archaeology about labels and why they...

Encompass, in partnership with Cambridge University Press (CUP) and the Kite Trust, is proud to announce our History Month LGBTQ+ Creative Writing Competition. There are categories for under-16s and all ages, poetry and short stories, and each category will have a first prizes of £50 and a runner-up prize of £25 in a combination of...

Chief Executive of the City Council Antoinette Jackson, and Executive Councillor for Communities Anna Smith will be raising the rainbow flag over the Guildhall for the start of LGBTQ+ History Month. Come along to hear from the council and local LGBTQ+ charities and groups about the community in Cambridge and what's coming up in History...

‘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...