Tag Archives: London

Raindance

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Little Elephant just can’t get enough of London. It has two screenings coming up at the prestigious Raindance Film Festival on 25 September and 2 October 2016. It’s showing as part of the Animation Shorts Programme.

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Take part, London Pride Parade – Saturday 28 June 2014

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Designed by BlossomFreedom to… be me! Come and take part in the London Pride Parade 2014 to support Asian LGBTQ lives on Saturday 28 June. We will take part in the parade to celebrate life, to show we exist, for solidarity, to offer hope and take action.

The parade commences at 13:00 from Baker Street and ends between 15:30 – 16:30 approx at Whitehall.

Please register your interest with me here leaving your details so that I can contact you. I need to provide quite an accurate figure of Parade walkers to the organisers. I will also tell you where we need to meet beforehand from 11:30 – 12:00 so that we can group together.

Come and support your sisters and brothers. Together we will make a difference!

Bobby

London here we come

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Flare_LLGFFFlare, the 2014 London LGBT Film festival kicked off yesterday and runs until 30 March at the British Film Institute. We’re heading down tonight and planning to watch several films over the next two days. We’re watching Veronica Videla’s Passion, Concussion, Cross My Heart and Kate Bornstein is a Queer and Pleasant Danger. And who knows, whatever else takes our fancy.

I’m also heading to the Bush Theatre to catch We Are Proud to Present… by Jackie Sibblies Drury.

 

Alchemy workshop, Southbank Centre, Sat 20 Apr, 3pm

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I’m thrilled to be running a workshop with Carl Miller as part of the Alchemy festival – a collision of British and South Asian cultures at Southbank Centre (London), now in its third year. Beneath the Surface

Inspired by the degree of interest and enthusiasm last autumn especially from Londoners, we thought it would be good to run an event in the capital. It’s an opportunity for us to connect with people touched by the subject of Asian homosexuality.

We will facilitate an inclusive space for people and go through series of structured exercises: designed to stimulate recollection, conversation and sharing. Participants will work together in pairs talking and listening and take part in an individual writing exercise. There will be space to share things with the group as people see fit – this is OPTIONAL!

No former experience or specific skills are necessary to attend. A willingness to have a go and contribute within your personal parameters is all that is required.

Participants will also learn more about the current progress and future plans for the Beneath the Surface project.

2 hours. Cost £5. Booking through Southbank Centre