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TODAY: B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival: HIV History Day and Community Meal

As part of LGBT History Month during February, local HIV community groups and organisations are staging an HIV History Day in the Phil Starr Pavilion on New Steine Gardens tomorrow, Friday February 10.
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival: ROCK UP! – Open Mic Night

Join local musician and open mic host Robin Coward for a mic night with a difference as part of LGBT History Month. Robin is well-known across Brighton and Hove for his friendly, inclusive music nights, which he has run for the last 15 years and have proved a great starting point...
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TODAY at B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival: Learn more about your mental health with MindOut

On Thursday February 9 there is a full day of activities regarding mental health and how it affects the lives of LGBT+ people. Go along to the Phil Starr Pavilion in New Steine Gardens from 10am and get involved in the activities and workshops taking place all day. You can Meet...
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TODAY at B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival: Be Safe Stay Safe personal safety workshop

BE SAFE STAY SAFE is part of the B RIGHT ON Mental Health Day and hosted by the Brighton & Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum (B&H LGBT CSF). The session will introduce the principles of personal safety, including how to keep safe without using any physical techniques.
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TODAY at B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival: Learning to Listen with the Samaritans

As part of Mental Health Day during the B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival, part of LGBT History Month, Brighton & Hove District Samaritans bring you Learning to Listen. Have you ever wondered whether or not you are a good listener or do you think that you talk too much and don’t let...
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Total raised by Alternative Panto for LGBT Community Safety Forum climbs to £3,814.07

After 20 performances the curtain fell on this years Alternative Pantomime A LADD IN at the Sallis Benney Theatre last Thursday night (February 2). Starring Dave Lynn, Jason Sutton, Davina Sparkle, Allan Jay, Jason Lee, Sally Vate, Christopher Howard and Lola Lasagne, the...
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LGBT HISTORY MONTH: ‘Smiles Matter’ at Jubilee Library

A new exhibition at Brighton's Jubilee library runs till February 26 highlighting the good work of Accessibility Matters at Pride last year in Brighton & Hove. Curated and designed by the Brighton & Hove, LGBT Community Safety Forum (B&H LGBT CSF) with the kind support of the...
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B RIGHT ON FESTIVAL: Brighton HIV charity run Community Café at Phil Starr Pavilion LGBT History Month events

Lunch Positive the Brighton based HIV charity will be catering at a wide range of events being staged as part of the B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival which celebrates LGBT History month during February. The Lunch Positive Community Café, situated just outside the Phil Starr Pavilion in...
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival: LGBT History Month: Soul Safari 1 – programme of events

SOUL SAFARI 1: A day to explore LGBT+ spirituality organised by Village Metropolitan Community Church.
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‘Sexuality and Gender Identity Issues:’ Record number of children contact Childline

Figures published as LGBT History Month commences reveal a 47% rise in counselling about sexuality and gender identity issues. Childline, the helpline providing a safe, confidential place for children with no one else to turn to, whatever their worry, whenever they need help, has...
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LGBT HISTORY MONTH: Liverpool: OUTing the Past at Museum of Liverpool

Stuart Milk, the global LGBT human rights activist and political speaker, nephew of civil rights leader Harvey Milk and co-founder of the Harvey Milk Foundation, will open OUTing the Past 2017 at Museum of Liverpool on Saturday, February 25 at 10am.
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Students celebrate LGBT History Month

Film nights, tours of Brighton, a sports day and guest lectures are some of the events planned by University of Brighton staff and students during LGBT History Month.
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I will survive? LGBT+ mental health deserves more support

At the beginning of LGBT History Month the London Assembly Health Committee publishes findings and recommendations to the Mayor of London on how he can provide better mental health support for LGBT+ people.
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B RIGHT ON Festival: Phil Starr Pavilion hosts LGBT History Month events

Today (February 1) is the start of LGBT History Month, an international month-long observance of our collective LGBT+Histories. History month gives all LGBT+ people and their allies the opportunity to commemorate and remember the bravery of those who campaigned and spoke out over...
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PREVIEW: LGBTQ+ History Club #5 and Exhibition

Queer in Brighton returns with their next LGBTQ+History Club #5 on Sunday, February 26. The session will feature a presentation from Tom Sargeant from the Brighton Ourstory Project and will take place at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery from 3-5pm.
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