Event Calendar

We do not organise or endorse these events ourselves. Events are organised by individuals or groups who want to celebrate LGBT History Month; the organisers of each event are solely responsible for their own event. We publish these details for your own information only.

Jul
29
Sat
BSO Rainbow Rusties @ Abbeywood Community School
Jul 29 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
BSO Rainbow Rusties @ Abbeywood Community School | Stoke Gifford | England | United Kingdom

We would like to welcome the entire musical community to join together as a mighty orchestra to mark the 50th anniversary of the legalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales. To celebrate, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra are holding a BSO Rusty and not so Rusty Musicians Day in Bristol.

BSO Rainbow Rusties is open to everyone but we would particularly like to hear from members of the region’s LGBT community. The day will give you the opportunity to dust off your instrument and revive your talent or provide an opportunity to play music to a high standard with like-minded people alongside members of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. You will receive professional coaching throughout the day in the full tutti rehearsals to maximise your experience.

The day will culminate in a free performance at 4.15pm to share your hard work with friends and family.

Oct
8
Sun
Pink Narcissus @ The Bike Shed Theatre
Oct 8 @ 7:30 am
Pink Narcissus @ The Bike Shed Theatre | England | United Kingdom

Beacons, Icons and Dykons brings you an evening of performance inspired by and featuring the best moments from Pink Narcissus (James Bidgood, 1971)

An American arthouse drama about the erotic reveries of a gay male prostitute in his Manhattan apartment. This is a unique experience in visual fantasy, shot in 8mm film with kitsch interiors with bright, otherworldly lighting and unsettling, saturated colour.

A host of BID’s favourites will punctuate the evening with performance exploring the film’s themes. Artists include performance artist Paul Hurley, whose work uses action, ritual, queerness and humour. Dance from Panic Lab, who are highly visual, and physical cabaret performance artist extraordinaire Liz Clarke who blurs the boundaries of reality & dreamscapes, and BID’s effervescent compere Tom Marshman.

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