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Gay Liberation Front~Personal History 1970-74
Friday Sep 29 7:30pm-9:00pm in London
BRIXTON UMBRELLA CIRCLE present an evening with STUART FEATHER who will be reading from and taking questions about his recently published book, Blowing the Lid: Gay Liberation, Sexual Revolution and Radical Queens, a personal history of the Gay Liberation Front.
Stuart was a co-founder of the GLF Street Theatre, a member of the Bethnal Rouge commune and bookshop, and a founding member of Bette Bourne’s gay theatre troupe, Bloolips - so anyone with an interest in the gay history of the 70s will find this unmissable.
Book synopsis:
http://www.blowingthelid.stuartfeather.co.uk/Synopsis/synopsis.html
The event will take place at 7.30 p.m. Friday 29th September at Brixton Library, Brixton Oval, SW2 1JQ.
All Welcome : Admission free.

Brixton Umbrella Circle is a group of older (50+) gay men located in the Brixton area of London. It offers a forum for mutual support, socialising and discussing individual and collective experiences (past and current) in a social, cultural and political context.

"Our hearts and minds are like umbrellas - useless if we don't open them"

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email: brixtonumbrellacircle@gmail.com

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Brixton Library
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