Tours

Book here for Earls Court and BrixtonQueer Tours!

In partnership with the fantastic Bishopsgate Institute we are excited to announce the following tours (get in touch with Stefan.Dickers@bishopsgate.org.uk to deposit your queer archives!) Tours of Earl’s Court Saturday 15 June 6pm – Book here ASAP. Very limited spaces. Meeting point –The Coleherne Arms, 271 Old Brompton Rd, Kensington, London SW5 9JA Tour guides …

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25.04.19 – Book for Vigil and Tour: Justice for Xulhaz Mannan and Mahbub Tonoy

WHAT – Join us for a tour on April 25th 2019 at 3pm that marches across London’s key embassies which maintain homophobic legislation with speeches and creative civil disobedience by activists who have fled homophobic persecution.Booking details here  and Facebook event page here – all press requests to mipintu80@gmail.com This will be followed by a …

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18.03.19 – Queer ghost tour of Shadwell – Happy birthday Wilfred Owen – Book here

18.03.19 – Queer ghost tour of Shadwell – Happy birthday Wilfred Owen – Get your tickets here Facebook event page here  The late great homoerotic poet Wilfred Owen 126th Birthday come at learn, explore and celebrate him on the Shadwell Stairs and learn about the queer history of the area that inspired his formidable work.   Led …

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09.02.18 – Book here – Gay Liberation Front tour of Soho – Celebrating Stonewall at 50

  Inspired by the Black Power and Womens Liberation Movements throughout the 1960’s and 1970’s the Gay Liberation Front initiated an anarchic campaign that permanently changed the face of this country. The GLF was a movement that was started in New York following the Stonewall riots and adopted in London and San Francisco. On this …

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