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Brighton LGBTQ+ History Club Dates

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Full Club Meetings:

* Brighton LGBTQ+ History Club No 6 – Sunday March 26th, 3pm – 5pm, Venue: Brighton Museum & Art Gallery 

Join us for the sixth edition of Brighton’s LGBTQ+ history club.

This month Stuart Feather will be doing a reading from his book “Blowing the Lid: Gay Liberation, Sexual Revolution and Radical Queens.” Stuart joined the Gay Liberation Front in October 1970 and was with it to the bitter end in 1974. Since his book was published Feather has returned to activism and is a member of the Sexual Avengers; the Pink Cabinet Brigade for a Queer Museum; Queer History Tours – A Mince through Time; Bridges not Walls; Look Back in Pride and Queer Heritage Blue plaques.
 
Join us for a sunday of history, speakers, activities, and to meet fellow budding and experienced historians and importantly, eat cake!
 
The event will have BSL interpretation.

We are having a great response for this event and can’t wait. The event is completely free, but in order to provide seats and CAKE we’d like to have an idea of numbers. If you are planning on coming, could you please rsvp by getting your free ticket HERE


Exhibition Planning Sessions:

* The time has come to put all of our history knowlege into use, we are having an exhibtion in February and would like you all budding historians to be involved!
Come and join us at The Keep Archives to help research the wide range of LGBTQ+ collections and find content for the upcoming Brighton LGBTQ+ exhibition
The exhibtion will take place at the Marlborough in late February early March 2017 and will focus on the Section 28 campaign in our city.
We will be meeting at The Keep Archives twice during the month of February – you can join both planning meetings or one only:

Meeting #1 – Saturday February the 11th, from 1pm till 4pm – all info HERE

Meeting #2 – Saturday February the 18th, from 1pm till 4pm – all info HERE