Bishop Grosseteste Student Union (BGSU) invite you to join them on Wednesday the 6th of February for an Evening of LGBT+ History.
As part of LGBT+ History Month they’ll celebrating and remembering LGBT+ History through a variety of different and exciting ways. Themes including Bisexuality, LGBT+ in Northern Ireland, and Jeremy Kyle will be explored by a selection of fantastic speakers and performers before local band Striped Sight cap off the evening.
The special event is also aiming to help raise funds for Positive Health (Lincolnshire); a local sexual health charity who do fantastic work and have repeatedly supported BGSU. So come along to the BGU campus for a thought provoking and enjoyable evening of discussion, music, comedy and cupcakes.
This event is free to attend and you can book your place by clicking here.
BGSU would like to thank their sponsors: The Lion and Snake, BG (Lincoln) Ltd, Almost All Things Cocoa and Ethan Tonks Photography for helping to put the evening’s activities together.
In addition to a packed and thought provoking evening, BGSU would also like to invite you to the free after party being held at The Lion and Snake from 8pm where guest will be entertained by a Lady Gaga tribute act and drag queen.
You can keep up to do date with all the activities being carried out by BGSU through our news page. If you’d like to get involved in discussions or activities like this then visit our website or contact our Enquiries Team.
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