Events & Activities



Act of Hope and Remembrance

9 October 2022 from 5.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.

National Hate Crime

The annual Act of Hope and Remembrance for those affected by Hate Crime, marks the launch of National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NationalHCAW at St Paul’s Cathedral.

Register for this free event via Eventbrite.

Black History Month

October 2022

Black history month

Black History Month is an opportunity for us to highlight the work and contributions of Black LGBTQ+ people, which are too often forgotten and erased from history.

Black people have always been at the centre of the LGBTQ+ liberation movement, from Marsha P. Johnson and Stormé DeLarverie, who were major figures in the Stonewall uprisings of 1969, to modern day leaders like Munroe Bergdorf and Lady Phyll.  

This year’s theme for Black History Month is Time for Change: Actions Not Words

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Queer Britain Museum

16 October 2020 at 4 p.m.

Queer Britain

Join us for a free visit to this newly formed LGBTQ+ museum hosted by Dan Vo.

There is a maximum of twenty attendees so contact Chris at or text 07958 257541 to reserve your place.

Meet at the entrance to the museum, which is situated at 1 Granary Square, London N1C 4BH

Afterwards we will go for coffee and drinks in a pay bar/café in Granary Square

Live at Lunch

28 October 2022 at 12.45 p.m.

Live at Lunch

Free performances featuring Royal Opera House and guest artists at the Paul Hamlyn Hall, Royal Opera House.

No booking is required but admittance is subject to capacity on a 'first come' basis, so meet at 12.45 p.m. for a 1 p.m. start.

Behind Every BAFTA

BAFTA has launched their summer campaign film, 'Behind Every BAFTA', which celebrates and showcases the extraordinary people, creativity and skill that goes into making a BAFTA-winning film, game or TV programme.

With voiceover provided by double-BAFTA winner Big Zuu, they hope the 60-second trail will encourage people to see themselves in a role in the screen industries, and then discover the many talent development programmes, initiatives and free learning resources that they make available to aid access to these careers.

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National Hate Crime Awareness Week

8 to 15 October 2022

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The national week aims to encourage the authorities (Government, Police and Councils), key partners and communities affected by hate crime to work together to tackle local hate crime incidents across the UK.

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Jenna Laurenzo on Chosen Families

Chosen Families

Jenna Laurenzo. filmmaker “believes our chosen family are the people who give us the permission to be our most authentic selves.”

With the help of her collaborators, Jenna brings the hero’s journey to life and is thrilled to encourage audiences to become their own hero. 

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Digital Inclusion

Digital inclusion

Age UK Westminster offer support for residents aged 50+ for digital devices, such as smartphones, tablets/iPads and laptops, to build their confidence and knowledge.

They offer group sessions and one to one support plus free computer guides.

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London LGBTQ+ Community Centre

LGBT Community Centre

The LGBTQ+ Centre provides a safe place for the LGBTQ+ community to meet their friends and allies.

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We Love Cinema

We love cinema

What's on in cinemas this week and essential cinema reading.

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Other Amazing Events

See Outsavvy for a range of amazing events.

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Kings Place

Kings place

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

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Every Story is Important

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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.

Share Your Story

Bohemia Euphoria

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

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Workplace Inclusion Matters

Sue Sanders

Most of us rely on work for our financial livelihood. And for some of us, our work forms a fundamental part of how we see ourselves. But for lots of LGBTQ+ people, inclusion is far from being a reality.

Stonewall is celebrating the power of inclusive workplaces by inviting LGBTQ+ people to take centre stage and show how they Bring Themselves to Work.

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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.

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One Day in Heaven

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A poem by LGBT+ Poet Laureate Trudy Howson to inspire our minds.

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Image: Trudy backstage at Trafalgar during London Pride 2019.

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.

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Westminster LGBT+ Forum Meetings

The Curious Club

19 October 2022

The Curious Club is an initiative set up by Outings in Art with Old Diorama Arts Centre, which provides space for the live arts, creative industries and the local community to meet.

Join us for the first meeting of this monthly social club. 15 places are available so follow the emailed instructions to reserve your place.

The Yeoman of the Guard

1 November 2022 at 5.30 p.m.

Join us for a dress rehearsal of this Gilbert & Sullivan operetta in which the Tower of London is the scene for a tangled web of melancholy and mirth.

20 places are available, so follow the emailed instructions to reserve your place.

An invitation to meetings 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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