Events & Activities



Great Mental Health Day 2022

28 January 2022

Mental health day

Join other Londoners to celebrate London’s Great Mental Health Day.

The aim of the day is to get everyone talking about mental health, destigmatise asking for help and to make people aware of the great support available.

Read More and see how you can get involved.

Riot Act

1 to 28 February 2022

Riot Act

This beautiful online adaption of the critically acclaimed Riot Act returns for LGBT History Month and will be available to stream throughout February to celebrate LGBT History Month 2022.

Following a West End run and touring the UK, this online ‘reimagining’ has been created using interviews with a Stonewall survivor, a radical drag artist, and an AIDS activist.

Alexis Gregory’s verbatim solo show is a hard-hitting, yet hilarious ride through six decades of queer history, directed by Stonewall (1995) writer Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE, taking the viewer right up to the present day. Read More

Memory and Action

7 February 2022

Red ribbon

The RSA Fellow-led LGBT Network are hosting this free event for LGBTQ+ History Month.

Ash Kotak, a journalist, playwright, and the founder and CEO of AIDS Memorial UK, will be the guest speaker and he will be talking about the Project to raise a memorial to the people who have lived and died of HIV/AIDS.

Ash will also talk about his work in the LGBTQ+ community during the AIDS pandemic, the play he is writing about Freddie Mercury and his growing awareness that there should be a memorial to the people who have lived and died of HIV/AIDS.

The memorial will be erected on Tottenham Court Road near the clinic where the first man known to have HIV was diagnosed and treated and became a beacon of hope (and despair) for many over the years. Read about the AIDS Memorial and Register for the event.

Mindfulness and Sharing

February & March 2022

Mindfulless & sharing

This free mindfulness and sharing session is hosted by Kalda. 

It is for the LGBTQIA+ community and Uz Afzal, the Kalda mindfulness teacher, will lead the group in a short guided meditation. Read More and Register

Every Story is Important

QB letter

Throughout history, the experiences of LGBTQ+ people have often been erased, overlooked or marginalised, leaving a gap in our national story.

Queer Britain wants to change this so that future generations can see themselves represented in history.

See how to Share Your Story

Dolly Diamond at Ku Lounge

Dolly Diamond

The award-winning, sharp-tongued cabaret diva and Forum member Dolly Diamond has returned to London for a Sunday night residency of inimitable Dolly-style cabaret at KU Lounge with some sugar, spice and only a little bit of nice.

Brilliantly accompanied by Mr John Thorn, Ms. Diamond sings up a storm and keeps everyone thoroughly entertained. Make your reservation now.

History Month at The Pleasance

February 2022


The Pleasance Theatre has a range of LGBT+ cabarets to celebrate LGBT History Month.

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Bohemia Euphoria

January 2022

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Enjoy a wide selection of films, including LGBT+ themes.

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Tree Planting

27 January 2022

Primrose Hill

We will be joining May, a good friend at the Royal Parks Outreach Team, Primrose Hill, for a Tree Planting event.

Those on our mailing list will receive details nearer the time.

Not already a Member of Westminster LGBT+ Forum? Then Join Now

Above the Stag

Smart Casual

See What's On at their new Cabaret Lounge and the traditional theatre during September.

Loudest Whispers

4 February 2022

Loudest Whispers

Join us for the launch of Loudest Whispers, the UK’s most prestigious open submission exhibition of Art from the LGBTQ+ community at the Old Diorama Arts Centre, Regent’s Place.

Those on our mailing list will receive details nearer the time.

Not already a Member of Westminster LGBT+ Forum? Then Join Now

Kings Place

Kings place

Online events, classical, contemporary, jazz, folk and lots more.

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The Glory


See what's on behind the doors of their house of fun and fabulosity.


13 February 2022


Join us for a preview of Stonehenge at the British Museum.

Follow the story of Britain and Europe from 4000 to 1000 BC and learn about the restless and highly connected age of Stonehenge, a period of immense transformation and radical ideas that changed society forever.

Those on our mailing list will receive details nearer the time.

Not already a Member of Westminster LGBT+ Forum? Then Join Now

How? Then and Now

23 February 2022

Sue Sanders

Sue Sanders (Emeritus Professor Harvey Milk Institute) will be giving a talk for members of the Westminster LGBT Forum about LGBT history month. 

Sue is an ‘out and proud’ lesbian and British LGBT rights activist who has specialised in challenging oppression in the public and voluntary sectors for over forty years.

She is UK Founder of LGBT History Month and the chair of Schools Out. In 2004 she initiated February as LGBT History Month to remember and celebrate our life and culture.

The speaker has asked that this be a Zoom meeting, so those on our mailing list will receive details nearer the time.

Not already a Member of Westminster LGBT+ Forum? Then Join Now

The Farewell Ball

15 April 2022

Farewell Ball

Join Sink the Pink for their Farewell Ball at Printworks London.

Tickets will be available from 2 February 2022.

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Hating Peter Tatchell

Hating Peter Tatchell

Hating Peter Tatchell is a feature documentary on Netflix about the profound life story of the controversial human rights campaigner whose provocative acts of civil disobedience rocked the establishment, revolutionised attitudes to homosexuality and exposed tyrants in the fight for equality.

The film shows how his 54 years of activism began. It also highlights the vital role of the Peter Tatchell Foundation.

Read More and Watch the Trailer

One Day in Heaven

Bak stage with girls

Listen to a poem by LGBT+ Poet Laureate Trudy Howson and Co-Chair of Westminster LGBT Forum to inspire our minds.

Image: Trudy backstage at Trafalgar during London Pride 2019.

Other Amazing Events

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Exclusive Collections from BBC iPlayer

BBC iPlayer

A wide range of films and programmes to watch. 

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See Me: A Walk-Through London's Gay (Un)Seen (2020)

This film was made by Dr Lee Campbell (Poet/Artist/Researcher and Lecturer) during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown in London in July 2020.

Westminster LGBT+ Forum Open Meeting

The February Member meeting will include a talk by Sue Sanders on LGBT History Month - How? Then and Now.

An invitation will be sent to all Friends and Supporters on our mailing list nearer the dates.

Not already a member of the Westminster LGBT+ Forum? Then Join Now. It is Free to join.

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