January to June 2018
Meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 8 pm, currently at:
The Bread & Roses, 68 Clapham Manor Street,
London SW4 6DZ
(a turning off Clapham High Street - nearest tubes: Clapham North and Clapham Common. The Bread and Roses is opposite
the end of Navy Street).
View a map of the area
|9 January 2018
||DAN WYE, WHY, WHY?!:
Dan Wye and members of The LOUMGAIR Collective discuss the upcoming development of their latest theatre production
exploring issues of self-worth,
mental health difficulties faced by the LGBTQ community and the growing recognition of 'toxic masculinity',
and they would like to hear about our own experiences of these issues.
|Monday 12 February
||Lord Alfred Douglas: “Alfred Bruce Douglas, you are
charged that between 1891 and 1900 you did wilfully cause the physical,
artistic and psychological murder of Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde,
author and gay liberation pioneer; and further, that you did conspire to
contrive the death of his first and greatest lover, Robert Baldwin Ross,
critic and gay liberation pioneer, between 1905 and 1918.” For the
prosecution: Peter Scott-Presland; for the defence: Andrew Lumsden, QC. You
are the jury.
||Dementia support: Maaike
Palmier-Claus from the Alzheimer's Society describes the symtoms of dementia
and talks about the support available for those affected and their family
||Gay Liberation Front: Stuart Feather describes his
personal experience of this pioneering group in London 1970-74.
||Speaker to be confirmed
|For other events organised by SLAGO groups,
see the SLAGO diary.|
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