LGBTQ+ mental health campaign

Join us for free drop-in workshops to create a DIY promotional campaign for, and by, residents of the Borough of Greenwich. We will be using easy to use, accessible tech to experiment with ways of visualising mental health and how it is perceived by the LGBTQ+ community. The promotion will also signpost places where people […]

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Where To, Now the Sequins have gone?

Where To Now the Sequins Have Gone? is an ongoing project exploring the communities that developed around the many gay venues that existed in the 1970s – 2000s. The stories that people have shared about their experiences give us an alternative narrative and unique perspective on the socio-political history of the times and help us […]

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Angels Descend on Paris

This event has been rescheduled Thurs 29 Sep 4.30pm for 5pm – 7pm Angels Descend on Paris is a play by radical gay playwright Noel Grieg. First performed at The Albany in 1975, the play was inspired by Noel’s fear of the sight of neo-Nazis on the streets of London. The play received positive reviews […]

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Animal Magic

Animal Magic is an informal social event and chat show hosted by Caroline Smith and Paul Green. Animal Magic explores the inner animal in relation to queer identity, an identity often forged outside of the heteronormative mainstream culture and adapted in response to a combination of social norms and peer interactions. We will be joined […]

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Free film Screening

We have a limited number of free tickets to a virtual screening of new film Madame. A family saga based on private archive footage, MADAME takes us onto an intimate journey where a flamboyant 90-year-old grandmother and her filmmaker grandson explore the development and transmission of gender identity in a patriarchal environment. This is a […]

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Rebel Dykes/Bijou Stories

Bijou Stories aims to capture the stories and memories of the LGBTQ+ community and the story of the summer was undoubtedly the Rebel Dykes exhibition at Space Station 65. We have been working with the gallery and the Rebel Dykes to produce a podcast (coming in October) which captures responses to the exhibition and the […]

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