Lecture: (Saturday 7th October 2017, 16:00). In LGBT+ politics and activism bisexual people are often left out of the conversation. To consider bisexual people – our lives, our desires, and the difficulties we face – enriches our understanding of sexuality, foregrounding issues that we otherwise might not consider.
Feature Film: (Saturday 8th October, 18:30). Theo and Hugo encounter each other in a sex club, where their overwhelming desire creates an unexpected intimacy.
Feature Film: (Saturday 7th October, 11:00). Saar and the rest of the London Gay Men’s Chorus provide a glorious soundtrack for this documentary about the power of forgiveness and the power that home has, no matter how far we go.
Short Film: (Friday 6th October, 20:00). Screening prior to God’s Own Country. John, a 48 year old grieving father who embarks on a journey in search to discover the hidden life of his recently deceased son, Paul.
Feature Film: (Saturday 15th October, 16:30 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). REAL BOY is the coming of age story of a transgender teen on a journey to find his voice — as a musician, a son, a friend, and a man.
Feature Film: (Saturday 17th October, 16:30 – The Old Market Hall Cinema). Royal Intelligence Ministry agent, Jayson Bend, teams up with a Swiss agent to try and stop the launch of a satellite that will turn the owner of the largest global hair salon chain into one of the most powerful men in the world.
Peter Scott-Presland was on great form: entertaining and informative. He read from personal accounts in the book, which was riveting. A really good discussion followed and a number of books were sold. A big ‘Thank you’ to Peter, who put so much into making the event a success and Maria and Karen at Two Fat Rascals for hosting it.
This compelling documentary tells the life story of Blue Lunden, a working class lesbian activist whose odyssey of personal transformation parallels lesbians’ changing roles over the past 40 years. Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 16:30 at the Old Market Hall.
Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon were partners in love and political struggle for over fifty years. With incisive interviews, rare archival images and warmhearted humor. Followed by Q&A with Jane Traies and film “Some Ground To Stand On”. Saturday 18th October 2014 @ 16:30 at the Old Market Hall.