Event Calendar

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Queer Talk: Homosexuality in Britten’s Britain @ The Red House
Feb 1 – Oct 28 all-day
Queer Talk: Homosexuality in Britten's Britain @ The Red House | England | United Kingdom

This exhibition will mark the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. It will focus on Benjamin Britten and his partner, the tenor Peter Pears, at a time when their relationship was illegal. Key works highlighting their relationship will be featured along with the wider cultural, political and legal situation faced by gay men in the 1950s.

London/Budapest @ Arcola Theatre
Jul 27 @ 8:30 pm
London/Budapest @ Arcola Theatre | England | United Kingdom

Thursday 27 July at 8.30pm
“What a trail we leave behind us…..And we never look back to see who is
shoveling it up.”
Rent boys and writers; saunas and spies: two deadly Sunday evenings in a
London flat, fifty years apart.
Two men take a high-stakes gamble. One in the shadow of the Cold War
Burgess/Maclean defection and the anti-gay purges of the 1950s. The other
caught up in today’s chilly relationship with Putin’s Russia. Their choice is between
desire and politics, success and failure. But what happens when your history
catches up with you, and you cannot press “delete”?
LONDON/ BUDAPEST is a tense, tender and compelling look at the price of
getting it wrong inspired by real life Hungarian emigée Adam de Hegedus, author
of the UK’s first gay bestseller The Heart in Exile (1953); and by the notorious
spy-in-the-sports-bag case of 2010.
Director: Richard Speir