Two Royal British Legion LGBT+ events during Brighton Pride

Royal British Legion to celebrate 5o years since the Stonewall riots, with two events at Bar Broadway in the run up to Brighton & Hove Pride.

ON Monday, July 29, 2019 Vicky-Marie Newsome-Hogan will be recounting the incredible story of her transition into the woman she always was – and the battles and prejudices she endured along the way. This is Me – A trans veteran’s story by Vicky-Marie Newsome-Hogan will start from 6.30pm.


Event: This is me – A trans veteran’s story by Vicky-Marie Newsome-Hogan

Where: Bar Broadway, Steine Street, Brighton

When: Monday, July 29

Time: from 6.30pm

Cost: A free event

To reserve a place online, click here:


On Tuesday, July 30, 2019 Mark Hignett will recount from his book Then all the world – The Gilbert and Gordon story.

A forbidden love story set to the back drop of WW2. Gilbert Bradley and Gordon Bowsher wrote more than 600 letters about their love for each other from the front line.

Writing of their love for each other at a time when two men could only secretly express their feelings – the letters provide a fascinating insight into their lives and how social perception differs from today.


Event: Then all the world – The Gilbert and Gordon story by Mark Hignett

Where: Bar Broadway, Steine Street, Brighton

When: Tuesday, July 30

Time: from 6.30pm

Cost: A free event

To reserve a place online, click here:

Both events will take place at Bar Broadway, 10 Steine Street, Brighton BN2 1TY are free and everyone is welcome to attend.

 

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