18 to 29 May 2022
The Queer East film festival 2022 will showcase over fifty LGBTQ+ titles from seventeen countries across East & Southeast Asia and beyond.
The films shine a light on what it means to be Asian and queer today.
Films are being shown at various venues around London.
See the Full Programme
1 to 30 June 2022
This year's festival running features a diverse line-up of over 400 events, aimed at anyone with an interest in London's architecture and spaces that surround us.
The festival features new specially commissioned installations, talks and debates, performances and tours, workshops and family events.
It also sees the return of the festival at full power with the biggest programme of in-person events since 2019.
1st & 29th May 2022
The Vito Project LGBTQ+ Film Club returns to the iconic Cinema Museum with these iconic films.
Jenna Laurenzo. filmmaker “believes our chosen family are the people who give us the permission to be our most authentic selves.”
With the help of her collaborators, Jenna brings the hero’s journey to life and is thrilled to encourage audiences to become their own hero. Watch More
The LGBTQ+ Centre provides a safe place for the LGBTQ+ community to meet their friends and allies. Check out their upcoming events at the pop-up centre and register to attend.
Open City is a charity dedicated to making London and its architecture more open, accessible and equitable.
See their full programme of events including walking tours around the City.
See Westminster LGBT+ Forum for details of News and Events.
The Forum is free to join and open to everyone who lives, works, plays, or just loves Westminster. Join now and you will receive an invitation to the member meetings.
What's on in cinemas this week and essential cinema reading.
Enjoy a wide selection of films, including LGBT+ themes.
21 June to 4 July 2021
Kensington + Chelsea Art Week (KCAW) is back and includes public installations, art trails, murals, events and talks.
The best the dance world has to offer is right on your doorstep
The latest news from Frieze.
Online events, classical, contemporary, jazz, folk and lots more.
The British Academy invites anyone with an inquisitive side, and access to Zoom, to get involved with its stellar series of in-conversations and author events.
From a discussion on Britain's emerging political divides, to a look back at the extraordinary career of two-time Booker Prize-winner Margaret Atwood, this varied programme has something for everyone, with events spanning politics, history, literature and law.
Alvin Baltrop’s photographs which are now on view for the first time on the West Coast of the US, are a powerful document of the perilous havens that once existed for those who had rejected lives of convention or, rather, had conventional lives that had rejected them.
See Outsavvy for a range of amazing events.