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Big Health Day at Belfast LGBT Centre

Posted on behalf of The Rainbow Project
The Belfast LGB&T centre is hosting another Big Health Day on the 11th March from 1pm - 5pm!

Come along and enjoy some complimentary therapies, health checks, makeovers and get some information on our services.

Hosted by Cara-Friend, Here NI & The Rainbow Project.
11 Mar 2017 at 1:00pm
until 11 Mar 2017 at 5:00pm
Belfast LGB&T Centre

Gay Wedding Show London 2018

Posted on behalf of The Gay Wedding Show
Welcome to the UK's annual and official gay and lesbian wedding show. Celebrating 15 years of helping same sex couples.

We hope you enjoy, get some great ideas and WOW factors to make your day a special one. We do not charge to get in but if you would like to offer a donation to selected LGBT charities around the UK and help our community please do so at reception.

Holiday Inn Camden Lock

30 Jamestown Road


25 Feb 2018 at 12:00pm
until 25 Feb 2018 at 3:00pm
Holiday Inn Camden Lock
30 Jamestown Road
London Uk

Trans and Non-binary Information Evening with NHS Gender Services

Posted on behalf of LGBT Health and Wellbeing
Booking for this event is preferred.

We would like to welcome you to an evening with staff from Sandyford Gender Services, with reps from clinics, speech and language therapy, genital hair removal and endocrinology.

Give us your main question and a second one (we will collate all questions before the event) 2 spaces for their questions - do you want to ask your question on the night, or would you prefer us to ask it for you?

Thursday the 11th or 18th May 6-8pm

wheelchair accessible
11 May 2017 at 6:00pm
until 11 May 2017 at 8:00pm
Renfield St Stephens Centre
260 Bath Street
G2 4JP

"It Gets Better" - communicating support to victims of prejudice

We are organising an awareness event in partnership with Stonewall and London Business School Leadership Institute to discuss how business and communities can support those who have been the targets of prejudice and discrimination in the workplace.

We hope to focus on the work of distinguished academics, together with insight from the public sector, private sector and charities. Everyone is welcome and everyone’s views are gratefully appreciated!

We hope to see you on 15 March at London Business School for what we hope is an excellent and thought-provoking debate!


  • Prof Aneeta Rattan, London Business School
  • Prof Randall Peterson, Head of the Leadership Institute
We aim to add a civil servant, a business leader and a represenative from Stonewall to the list of speakers to make this debate truly inspiring!

About us

A team of Civil Servants and I have joined together to raise money for Stonewall during the early months of 2017. Stonewall works to promote acceptance without exception, making sure that those who identify as LGBT always have someone to turn to and somewhere to go.

The importance of promoting equality and acceptance more broadly is made clear by the story of one of the members of our team. When Jak was 15 he was thrown out of his home because of his sexuality, forced to spend months living on the streets. During this time Jak became severely depressed and even contemplated suicide. Stonewall were instrumental in not only helping to make sure Jak had a place to sleep and food to eat, they also supported him as he sought to join the Civil Service by providing him with the work experience and practical necessities that he needed in order to begin building a life for himself.

Without Stonewall's support it is certain that Jak would not be where he is today and this shows why Stonewall is a charity deserving of your support . Crucially one hopes that with enough support Stonewall can help change the world into a place where people such as Jak would not find themselves in such desperate situations.

You can find out more about Jak's story here:

Please support our fundraising campaign: 
15 Mar 2017 at 7:00pm
until 15 Mar 2017 at 8:30pm
London Business School
26 Sussex Place

Bisexuality and Mental Health

Posted on behalf of London Bisexual Network
The LBN is proud to announce our next event, an intimate discussion about the links between bisexuality and mental health.

At our launch event, several attendees expressed interest in fostering discussion about challenges that are encountered specifically by those who identify as bisexual. In response, we are pleased to invite you to a talk by Liam Timmins, held at Ropemaker Street. Liam is a Ph.D. student at Kings College London who studies non-traditional identities and attraction patterns, as well as issues surrounding mental health for individuals who identify as LGBT. He will be presenting his work as well as a general discussion of thescience around the issues it raises.

There will be a Q&A session following the talk, and we do hope you will join us for a drink afterward at a local venue (to be decided closer to the time).
07 Mar 2017 at 5:30pm
until 07 Mar 2017 at 7:30pm
Ropemaker Place

Cambridge Cosplay

Posted on behalf of Ari Henry and Shelley Lockwood
Everyone welcome

Calling everyone who likes fancy and not so fancy dress. Cambridge’s first Cosplay event to celebrate LGBT History Month 2017.

All costumes welcome:- Super-heroes, historical costumes, national dress, favourite TV characters, anime, manga, science fiction, romantic, cartoon, Halloween, princesses, queens, humorous, glamorous, silly, scary, home-made and shop bought or no costume at all. We will also have costumes that people can borrow to take that special photo.

Rainbow party food and mocktails will be served.
25 Feb 2017 at 5:00pm
until 25 Feb 2017 at 8:00pm
Museum of Cambridge
2/3 Castle Street

The Risk of Regression

Posted on behalf of Alison Nicholson
The Risk of Regression: LGBT and other human rights if the UK leaves the EU (and the ECHR)

  • What is going to happen to fundamental rights post Brexit?
  • Will the Human Rights Act still be repealed?
We are delighted to welcome Professor Wintemute as part of a special evening which focusses on and celebrates LGBT+ rights.

This is your chance to ask questions and express views about a highly relevant and topical issue from one of the UK's leading human rights expert.

Hosted by Hughes Hall Fellow, Dr Martin Steinfeld

All welcome. Free of charge. Booking essential.

About the speaker

Robert Wintemute is a Professor of Human Rights Law. He joined the Dickson Poon School of Law in 1991 after practising as an Associate in the Bankruptcy Department at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP in New York, 1982-87. In 1978, Professor Wintemute completed his BA in Economics at the University of Alberta (which included a year at Université Laval). In 1982, he earned his LLB (common law) and BCL (Québec civil law) in the National Programme at McGill University. In 1993, he was awarded his DPhil by the University of Oxford.

Professor Wintemute’s special interests lie in Human Rights Law, Anti-Discrimination Law, European Union Law, and Sexual Orientation and the Law.
28 Feb 2017 at 5:45pm
until 28 Feb 2017 at 7:15pm
Pavilion Room
Hughes Hall,

No Safe Refuge

Posted on behalf of Stonewall
Join Stonewall and the UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration (UKLGIG) for an evening reception focused on the report No Safe Refuge: Experiences of LGBT asylum seekers in detention, which we published in October. This event will bring together key policy makers and influencers to discuss what progress has been made since the launch of the report, and how best we can collectively bring about change on this issue in the coming year.
27 Feb 2017 at 6:30pm
until 27 Feb 2017 at 9:30pm
Baker & Mckenzie
100 New Bridge St

Stand Up for International Women's Day

Posted on behalf of Alison Wren for LGBT Health and Wellbeing
Join us for an evening of Stand-up comedy to celebrate International Women’s Day later this week.

A few local acts including Leah Kalaitzi and special guest headliner, Bethany Black, will cheer you up on even the murkiest of Mondays. More details to follow!

  • Cafe open from 6pm, Comedy starts at 7pm.
  • BSL interpretation, level access venue.
  • This event is for anyone who primarily identifies as a women.
  • This event is FREE, but donations are welcomed to help us cover costs.
  • Food & Drink available for purchase at the Cafe.
This event is part of LGBT Health & Wellbeing's services. LGBT Health & Wellbeing welcomes the entire diversity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, non-binary, queer, intersex & asexual communities and allies. Our services and activities are for all people aged 16+. This includes those who are questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender identity and those who do not use labels for either.
06 Mar 2017 at 6:00pm
until 06 Mar 2017 at 9:30pm
Siempre Bicycle Cafe
162 Dumbarton Road
G11 6XE


Posted on behalf of Camden LGBT Forum
Citizens of Queeropolis lend me your dancing shoes! Lana Pillay (Star of Eat the Rich and the Comic Strip presents) requests your presence for a showcase of top entertainers.

Featuring headliner and 80s chart topper SONIA. With special guest Queen of Shops, Mary Portas, and Miss Commonwealth International Barbara Gayle. Entertainment from Adam Ants bassist David Ryder Prangley, The Beyonce Experience, UK LGBT Poet Laurette Trudy Howson and more. With super talented DJs Jason Prince and Alexander Price.

Dress Code – Civic - Come as a high court judge, an officer of the law, ancient Roman Senator or just ‘As you were’

Tickets only £5. If not fully booked you can pay on the door. Fully Accessible. Bar. Charity raffle.

In Partnership with Conway Hall
25 Feb 2017 at 7:00pm
until 25 Feb 2017 at 11:00pm
Conway Hall
25 Red Lion Square