PREVIEW: Brighton LGBTQ+ History Club returns!

Besi Besemar October 30, 2018

Queer in Brighton presents their second LGBTQ+ History Club of the season with filmmaker Campbell X.

In this session, award-winning filmmaker Campbell X will take you on a journey of discovery asking us to question why Queer People Of Colour are consistently erased from LGBTQ+ and POC history.

This will be a chance to discover some of Campbell X videography, as extracts of their work are projected including their debut feature film Stud Life, the hit webseries Different For Girls, and they’ll be discussing their documentary, Visible, which will open the Scottish Queer Film Festival in December 2018. 

In addition, if you’re interested in history and museums and want to be more actively involved, they’ll be presenting two new projects and opportunities to get further involved with LGBTQ+  heritage in Brighton & Hove and an upcoming exhibition at the museum.

The LGBTQ+ History Club is open to everyone (18+) and is free. However, if you’re in a position, make a donation as it will help support the costs of future sessions.

Event: LGBTQ+ History Club Second Session with Campbell X

Where: Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, 12A Pavilion Parade, Brighton BN1 1EE

When: Sunday, November 25

Time: 3pm-5pm

Cost: Free

To book you place online so organisers can keep an eye on numbers (and know how much cake to buy!), click here: