Accessibility: the room is accessible
For more details about all those involved, and groups meeting at the venue on the day, please see the Who’s Involved page. This page contains information as well as social and website links.
Yellow Room Timetable
Enjoy a wide range of board games with friends old and new. Have a relaxed time with a drink.
Prizes for winners!
Come along and see a series of short films presented by new community interest company curating exciting programmes of LGBTIQ+ short films.
When we know ourselves to be something different to the available models of gender, sexuality and love, our identities often take us into unmapped territories, place us at odds with the world and this is also our history.
Films: The Devil Is In The Details | Pillow Talk | Butch Coyolxauhqui | More Love. Less Prepackaged Bullshit. | Dusk | Change Over Time | Bear In A Bedroom | Life’s A Drag | My Aunt Mame | Female Masculinity Appreciation Society
If you are interested in caring for and sharing personal and community history, then this session is for you. Jan Pimblett from London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) will introduce the LGBTQ collections held at LMA which tell some of the fascinating stories of Londoners going back six centuries and the recent Speak Out oral history project. She will also share ideas on looking after personal collections which are such important parts of our shared heritage.
Jan will be joined by Anny Knight who will lead a Q&A session.
Come along and meet the friendly women who are members of Kenric and find out what kinds of activities and meetings they hold all year round up and down the country.
Coming on your own and want to meet new people? Saski is the hostess with the most and will be on hand to meet you and take away some of the scariness of meeting other women. By the end you’ll have lots of friends to enjoy your night with!
Immerse your senses in the subtle spices and fruits of a variety of wines. Experience the intensity and aromas of exotics wines from around the world.
Looking to meet a special woman? Elaine McKenzie has over 12 years experience running a variety of events. Experience her Maybe More dating style, and hopefully meet some women that take your eye!
Women Like Us shows 16 lesbians aged 50 to 80 in 1990. They are from different races, classes and backgrounds and talk about their lives and experiences of being lesbian. Women Like Us has been shown many times around the world, won awards, and got an audience of nearly 7 million people on first showing
Women Like That is a follow on to Women Like Us and features a few of the women from Women Like Us talking about the present and hopes for future.
The full timetable and details of who will be hosting each event and details of all the activities will be released in late January/early February.
Find out more about all those involved and more on the Who’s Involved page.