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Queer in Brighton to present ‘No Longer Private’ at Queer Bloomsbury at Charleston

Graham Robson September 15, 2022

This coming Sunday, September 18, Queer in Brighton is holding a special Queer History Club, presenting cutting edge research from Samson Dittrich in conversation with the inimitable Kuchenga, to mark the launch of the first major public exhibition of Duncan Grant’s erotic drawing Very Private?



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In The South

Queer in Brighton team up with Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft for ‘LGBTIQ+ History Club Pride Out-ing’

Graham Robson July 14, 2022

Jump on the bus at Brighton and head to Ditchling for E-J Scott’s Bourne & Allen textile show & tell and a tour by Ditchling’s very own headstone sleuth Dr Jane Traies before tea and cakes on the village green.

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Arts

Friendship Lounge with Queer in Brighton, Feb 14

Graham Robson February 12, 2021

On supposedly the most romantic night of the year, join Queer in Brighton on Sunday, February 14 from 6.30pm to celebrate the truest form of love: queer friendship

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Arts

Brighton LGBTQ+ History Club to celebrate 45 years of Switchboard

Graham Robson October 29, 2020

Brighton LGBTQ+ History Club to host a free event to celebrate 45 years of Switchboard on Sunday, November 15 from 6pm.

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Community

Queer History Quiz – with a quiffy twist!

July 14, 2020

Queer In Brighton, Brighton & Hove Pride and Boogaloo Stu team up for a BIG Queer History Quiz for Pride over Zoom on Wednesday July 29 from 8pm.

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Arts

Brighton LGBTQ+ History Club welcome filmmaker Janet Jones

February 16, 2019

For their second session of 2019, Queer in Brighton the LGBTQ+ History Club and Pink Fringe welcome filmmaker and activist Janet Jones.

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Arts

Topher Campbell to talk at next LGBTQ+ History Club

Besi Besemar January 16, 2019

The first LGBTQ+ History Club of 2019 will feature Topher Campbell. Dr Topher Campbell, theatre and filmmaker and writer, is co-founder of London’s rukus! Archive.

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Arts

QUEER IN BRIGHTON: LGBTQ+ History Club with Simon Watney this Sunday

Besi Besemar June 21, 2017

HIV/AIDS Activist Simon Watney is the guest speaker at the eighth edition of Brighton’s LGBTQ+ History Club on Sunday, June 25. Simon Watney has a long-established reputation in the field of HIV/AIDS as a writer, founder of numerous charities and not-for-profit companies, educator and service provider.

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