Authors' book reading event : Bar Titania, 75 Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 7PY / Thurs 13 November 2014 / 6 pm to 7.30 pm / FREE - no booking required, turn up at the event.
Reading from upcoming anthology "L Is For..." will be International Best Selling UK authors Angela Peach, Clare Lydon, Karen Campbell and Katie Bennett-Hall. Join us for a buzzing event, supported by Planet London.
Exploring LGBT ‘Myths & Mythology’ through South Asian Dance - A panel discussion at
Michaelis Theatre, Froebel College, University of Roehampton, Roehampton Lane, SW15 5PJ / Wed 19 November 2014 / 7 pm to 8.30 pm / FREE - booking required - Book NOW
Discussion with GFEST 2014 commissioned choreographers Justin McCarthy and Kali Chandrasegaram. The choreographers will be joined by Jay Pather – Director of the Gordon Institute of Performing Arts, Cape Town; Hari Krishnan – Choreographer / Artistic Director of InDance, Toronto and Assistant Professor at Wesleyan University, and Subodh Rathod – Choreographer, Programme Manager Wise Thoughts. The Discussion will be chaired by Dr Ann R David Head of Dance, Roehampton University.
A panel discussion on LGBT 'Myths and Mythology' in art - past, present and the future at Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark St London SE1 1RU / Fri 21st November 2014 / 6 to 7.30 pm / FREE - booking required - Book your place.
GFEST 2014 artists include Sadie Lee, Matthew Stradling who will talk about their work . Art critic and writer Anna McNay who has written an essay on GFEST 2014 exhibition will present her views. Professor of Philosophy & Fine Art Johnny Golding, Director, Centre for Fine Art Research (CFAR), Birmingham School of Art will chair and lead the discussion also linking her most recent works like 'ecce homo sexual'.