Author: David Rogers

Let’s Go Outside – 08 April 2007

The first global celebration of George Michael Wants You

Done with the sofa? Done with the hall? Done with societally enforced standards of sexuality which don’t conform with your reality? On 8th April 1998 in a Miami public toilet, so was George Michael.

No longer with us but with presence stronger than ever, we gather at the world famous cruising area on Hampstead Heath, to ‘Go Outside’ in honour of George Michael.

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‘Queer Tours of London – A Mince Through Time’ are proud to support – Sexual Avengers

Sexual Avengers is a London-based network of queer campaigns and individuals making 2017 a year of radical queer activism and community building. We are using the 50th anniversary of partial decriminalisation to avenge centuries of oppression for radical queers through collective action, fun and fabulousness. Facebook page click here Continue reading “‘Queer Tours of London – A Mince Through Time’ are proud to support – Sexual Avengers”

In Conversation with Aderonke Apata – the struggle for ongoing global LGBTQIA+ freedom on the 50th anniversary of England’s decriminalisation.

Sunday May 14th 3-5pm – African Rainbow Family – Queer Tour of London special – African Rainbow Family – Queer Tour of London special – the struggle for ongoing global LGBTQIA+ freedom on the 50th anniversary of England’s decriminalisation. Facebook page here and Eventbrite page here

2017 is the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales. But LGBTQIA+ people across the world continue to face grave threats. 76 countries still criminalise homosexuality. Come listen and learn from Aderonke Apata – Human Rights Activist, Feminist and LGBT Equality Advocate – an unstoppable force in fighting for justice about what we can do. We will tour iconic spaces that contribute both the oppression and freedom of LGBTQI+ migrants in London. We will finish at 5pm at the Home Office.

Monday May 15th 7.30-9pm – In Conversation with Aderonke Apata – the struggle for ongoing global LGBTQIA+ freedom on the 50th anniversary of England’s decriminalisation. – Facebook page here – please sign up to the eventbrite here – limited spaces – hosted by African Rainbow Family, The Glory and Queer Tours of London – A Mince Through Time Continue reading “In Conversation with Aderonke Apata – the struggle for ongoing global LGBTQIA+ freedom on the 50th anniversary of England’s decriminalisation.”

Amy Winehouse Late: Icon

Amy was a music, style and queer icon – delve into all these sides of her personality in this fun late opening.

You can also explore the exhibitions Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait and Pegasus: Love Is A Losing Game.

  • Hear the stories behind ‘Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait’ with our curator.
  • Enjoy live music performances by young artists from Amy’s Yard, the Amy Winehouse Foundation’s music programme.
  • Celebrate Amy as a queer icon with ‘Queer Tours of London’ who will be delivering a fabulous spoken word performance in tribute to Amy.
  • Inspired by Amy’s iconic image, make your own flower hair accessory with London Craft Club.
  • Learn more about street art from Lee Bofkin of Global Street Art

Admission includes entry to the two exhibitions, ‘Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait’ and ‘Pegasus: Love is a Losing Game’.

Exhibition Events Programme Sponsored by Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Box office: 020 7284 7384 / admin@jewishmuseum.org.uk

Date: Thursday 4 May 2017

Time: 6-9pm

Price: £10 / £5 for students