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Autumn Winter 2017 Gay Events Calendar

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A quick run down of some of the queer events happening in London this Autumn and early Winter 2017.

Gay London – October 2017

Now – 12 November: And What? Queer Arts Festival
Venue: Various (Info)

9 October: FILM:
Reinventing Marvin
Finnegan Oldfield stars as a young gay man in this coming-of-age movie from acclaimed director Anne Fontaine (The Innocents).
Venue: Cine Lumiere, London (Also 11, 13 Oct – various venue) (Info)

15 October: CONCERT:
London Gay Men’s Chorus – Songs of Gays
Venue: St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, London (Info)

18 October – 25 November: THEATRE:
Of Kith and Kin
Chris Thompson’s comic play directed by Robert Hastie. Daniel and Oliver are having a baby – with a little help from their best friend Priya.
Venue: Bush Theatre , Shepherd’s Bush (Info)

22 October: CONCERT:
London Gay Symphony Orchestra: Autumn Concert
Venue: St Giles-without-Cripplegate, London (Info)

25 October: EVENT:
Pink Oktoberfest
Venue: Erdinger Oktoberfest London, Greenwich Peninsular (Info)

25 October – 19 November: THEATRE:
Lord Dismiss Us
Venue: Above the Stag, Vauxhall. (Info)

27 October: FILM:
Call Me By Your Name
Luca Guadagnino’s latest film is a critical hit, and a rollicking gay one at that, starring Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar and Esther Garrel
Venue: Cinemas across London (Info)

29 October: CONCERT:
West End Bares – Ruby Slippers
Venue: Novello Theatre, London (Info)

Gay London – November 2017

7 – 25 November: THEATRE:
The Tailor-made Man
Venue: White Bear Theatre, Kennington. (Info)

16 November: FILM/THEATRE:
If you can’t get a ticket to the National Theatre’s current production of Follies (by way of background: IT IS INCREDIBLE), then catch this NT Live screening in selected cinemas across London
Venue: Various (Info)

Gay London – December 2017

1 December – 13 January 2018: THEATRE:
Snow White – Rotten to the Core
Venue: Above the Stag, Vauxhall. (Info)

6 December: TALK:
Blowing The Lid:Gay Lib, Sexual Revolution & Radical Queens
Stuart Feather will be reading from his book about the history of the Gay Liberation Front
Venue: London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London (Info)

15 – 16 December: CONCERT:
London Gay Men’s Chorus – Tinseltown
Venue: Troxy, London (Info)

And into 2018

10 January – 3 February: THEATRE:
Strangers In Between
Tommy Murphy’s play inspired by him fleeing smalltown Australia for the glamour of Sydney, directed by Adam Spreadbury-Maher.
Venue: Trafalgar Studios, London (Info)

8 February – 24 March: THEATRE:
The York Realist
Peter Gill’s 2001 play about two young men who fall in love, set against a production of the York Mystery Plays.Robert Hastie directs Ben Batt and Lesley Nicol.
Venue: Donmar Warehouse, London (Info)

24 February: EVENT:
Winter Pride Music Festival 2018
Venue: TBC (Info)


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