8th August 2017 Press Statement Camden & Islington LGBT Forum Reassures LGBT Disabled in Access Row Following the rather inflammatory article which appeared on BuzzFeed UK, Camden & Islington LGBT Forum wishes to issue the following clarification. While not a ..Read More
Citizens of Queeropolis, lend us your dancing shoes! We request your presence for an evening of top entertainment. It will be an amazing highlight of History Month. Saturday 25 February, 7pm to 11pm, Conway Hall. Tickets just £5. Tickets from ..Read More
Tuesday 17th January – Saturday 4th February Wed, Thurs, Fri: 7.00pm Sat: 3.00pm & 7.00pm Strangers In Between Back by popular demand after a critically acclaimed smash hit summer 2016 season, award-winning playwright Tommy Murphy’s slice of Aussie life returns ..Read More
Download your copy of the Camden and Islington LGBT History Month 2017 brochure now and find out about the many wonderful events happening across the boroughs in February to celebrate a vital part of our gay, bisexual, lesbian and trans ..Read More
Fancy a social film night? Come along to out4film at 6pm on Monday 9th January. In partnership with Peabody, we’ll be showing “Behind the Candelabra” at the Hugh Cubitt centre, 48 Collier Street, N1 9QZ.
Coffee, cake and a chat? It’s going on at Out4coffee on Wednesday 25th January at 11am at 42 Beans Coffee Shop, Camden High Street.
Opening Doors London (supporting older LGBT people have collaborated with @AGoodDeath to produce a new guide to planning ahead for the LGBT community, check it out at http://compassionindying.org.uk/library/planning-ahead-lgbt-community/
Camden LGBT Forum presents: “Out 4 Coffee” at 42 Beans café, 69 Camden High Street, NW1 7JL, in partnership with Camden LGBT Forum, an LGBT coffee meet up on the last Wednesday of each month at 11am, starting on Wednesday ..Read More
An uplifting music and spoken word event featuring members of the London Gay Men’s Chorus performing new songs by musicians and composers including: Billy Bragg, Jessica Curry, David McAlmont, Leo Chadburn, Shane Cullinan, Edmund Jolliffe, Sarah Morrison, Steven Smith, Verity ..Read More