Camden LGBT Forum is run by LGBT people for LGBT people.
We’re here to make sure that the rights and interests of all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people living or working in Camden are represented. That’s the bottom line. That’s the reason we’re here.
So we tackle discrimination and we promote equality and diversity. We do this by our work in schools, by running an amazing LGBT History Month every year, by our programme against hate crime and by standing as your advocate.
This Saturday 26th November – we celebrate ‘Look Back in Pride – the Pride before the Ball!’ **** TIMINGS AND TICKETS – Doors open at 7pm and its first come first served and you can pay on the door (suggested donation ..Read More
Amazing LGBT arts exhibition Loudest Whispers is back. And some! This is a call for applications from professional and non-professional artists for February 2017’s exhibition, part of LGBT History Month. The theme is ‘citizenship and the law’. Deadline is 5/12/2016. ..Read More
In commemoration of November’s Transgender Day of Remembrance, we will be showing the acclaimed film, “The Danish Girl”. The doors are open at 6pm on 14th November for refreshments and a catch up with friends, and film starts at 7pm ..Read More