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LGBT History Month 2011 Screen

LGBT History Month 2011 Screen

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Published by: Tessa Hauke on Oct 29, 2011
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is proud to present LGBT History Month in Camdenand Islington during February 2011!
Welcome to, what is likely to be, yet again, the largestprogramme of LGBT History Month events in the UK! Thisyear, we include activities held in Islington as well asCamden, including many new and exciting events such asthe En Travesti baroque ensemble production of
Love Songs: Sacred and Profane 
at the British Library;Maureen Duffy at
Word Out IV 
at the Poetry Cafe; and
Priest on Trial 
– a film examining the vicious campaignagainst an openly gay priest. Other events include
Living London 
, an oral history project for LGBT Londoners, aswell as ongoing events at the Petrie Museum of EgyptianArchaeology; the annual LGBT artist’s exhibition
Loudest Whispers 
; film day at the British Museum; talks anddiscussions at Gay’s the Word Bookshop, plus the
Winter Ball! (Closing Night Gala) 
at Islington Assembly Hall.This extensive and exciting programme is made possibleby monies from Camden and Islington Councils and bythe generous donation of time made by many individualsand organisations. Thank you to them all!
Please check the Stop Press pageon our website before you go to an event to see ifthere have been any changes or cancellations:
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Pre LGBT History Month events and events throughoutthe month:
Tuesday 18th January
10.00am start
Queering The Pitch: The Language of Camp 
What is the state of the ‘campaesthetic’ in the 21st Century? Wheredid it come from and why has itbecome such a popular aspect ofmainstream British popular culture?In the age of civil partnerships, isthere still a need for the language ofcamp? Is camp a masculinelanguage, or do women have theirown version of camp? A panel debate, as part of a day ofdiscussions on comedy and language, with theatre directorNeil Bartlett, performer Chris Green (aka Ida Barr and TinaC), broadcaster and club hostess Amy Lamé and AndyMedhurst (University of Sussex). Chaired by broadcaster andwriter Simon Fanshawe.Part of
Evolving English: One Language, Many Voices 
Tickets £10 (£7.50 concessions). Tickets available at:http://boxoffice.bl.uk, by calling: 01937 546546 (9am-5pm, Mon-Fri), or in person at The British LibraryVenue: Conference Centre, The British Library
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