Events & Activities



Loudest Whispers LGBT Art Exhibition

February 2023

Behind the Lens

Loudest Whispers is an art exhibition for LGBT History Month.

The exhibitions are based on each year's LGBT History Month theme which for 2023 is Behind The Lens and aims to celebrate the creativity of LGBT people working in film and TV production, now and in the past.

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From Mollies to Pride

26 February 2023 from 2 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.

Millies to Pride

Dive into London’s deep history of sexual diversity on this LGBTQ+ history tour of Soho & Covent Garden & support the Ukrainian people.

A guided tour by Richard Cohen. Meet at Charing Cross, Strand, WC2N 5HF

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Out of the Shadows

3 February 2023 at 7 p.m.

Out of the Shadows

As part of the LGBT History Month in 2023, Robert Hugill presents Out of the Shadows, a recital featuring pianist Nigel Foster and tenor Ben Vonberg-Clark and baritone James Atkinson in the world premieres of Hugill's cantatas, Out of the Shadows and Et expecto resurrectionem.

Out of the Shadows takes us from the earliest tentative admissions of same sex attraction, to cruising in a bath house in Imperial Russia to Walt Whitman's unashamed admission of his sexuality.

Venue: Hinde Street Methodist Church - £15 per ticket

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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.

Fighting HIV Stigma

18 March 2023 from 12 noon to 3 p.m.

HIV Stigma

Thousands will take to the streets to march against stigma on 18 March. Because nothing was achieved in the fight against HIV without people power.

This free march, vigil and rally is a collaboration of over twenty organisations dedicated to ending HIV stigma. Everyone is welcome. Read More and Register

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. Watch More

London LGBTQ+ Community Centre

London LGBTQ community centre

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

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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. Read More

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.

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

Workplace Inclusion Matters

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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 to Bring Yourself to Work.

Bohemia Euphoria

Bohemia euphoria

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

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Westminster LGBT+ Forum Members

Not already a member of the Westminster LGBT+ Forum?
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Behind Your Mask
Lalith Wijedoru

18 January 2023

To mark our partnership with Lalith Wijedoru of Behind Your Mask, Lalith will be sharing a YouTube video of his pioneering Storytelling Project.

After Lalith’s fascinating presentation we will set off for a short stroll to take afternoon tea with the amazing Lukasz, Director of Mosaic LGBT Youth Trust and one of Outings in Art’s long-time partners.

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Sleeve Shock
Sleeve Shock

18 January 2023

Curious Club member Jonathan Armour has invited us to the opening reception of this exhibition which he curated.

The exhibition results from an open call session during 2022 in which respondents were asked to describe the basis for their own sense of Sleeve Shock or identity conflict.

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Chinese New Year: The Year of the Rabbit
Year Rabbit

22 January 2023

We are joining with Queer China UK for a special workshop and a chance to stroll around Chinatown to savour the food and atmosphere of the Chinese New Year.

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History, Memory and HIV: Why a London AIDS Memorial Matters
HIV history

16 February 2023

This event looks at the development of plans by AIDS Memory UK to mark the impact of the AIDS epidemic with a London memorial. This event will be run in partnership with the University of Westminster and the Westminster LGBT+ Forum.

20 free tickets are available for this event so follow the instructions sent to memers if you wish to attend.

Soho: Saints, Sinners, and Inbetweeners
Saints & Sinners

22 February 2023

A personal view by Chris Barlow FRSA, Acting Chair, Westminster LGBT+ Forum.

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