Join Dr Alan Butler, co-ordinator for the Plymouth LGBT Archive community archive, for a cruise around some city centre and waterfront sites. Take a slightly different look at some places and spaces which had (and perhaps still have) great significance to the city’s lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender, and queer communities. The walk will depart at
A thought provoking talk by Dr Alan Butler exploring the rich life and histories from the Plymouth LGBTQ communities past and present. Dr Butler is one of the directors of Pride in Plymouth and also the curator of Plymouth’s LGBT community archive and exhibition as part of his Phd studies with Plymouth University. His PhD
Official Launch of the Plymouth Pride 2020 Programme Join us at our new home – Leadworks Warehouse, 170 Rendle Street on Saturday 1st February between midday and 4pm to see a revival of the Pride in Our Past Exhibition first shown in 2011. This will include new material collected since then, with aspects of the
Looking for LGBTQI people in maritime history. Come Along to See and hear about 300 years of queer history in the Royal and Merchant Navies.
February is LGBT History Month we will present a revival of the Pride in Our Past Exhibition with new material. We will also launch a LGBTQ Literature Project.
The Plymouth Pride Festival will consist of a series of events between 1st & 8th August 2020. Plymouth Pride Parade and main summer festival will take place on Saturday 8th August.
Featuring the work of local LGBTQ artist our award winning Plymouth LGBT Archive exhibition. At Ocean Studios Royal William Yard 30th July – 11th August 2019
Pride in Plymouth are excited to announce our latest HLF funded project that will gather more stories and history from Lesbians in Plymouth, for inclusion in the existing Plymouth LGBT Community Archive. Watch Pride in Plymouth co-director Jo Lewis being interviewed by The Herald talking about this new history project . ‘Lesbian Voices in Plymouth Past
Have you noticed that there are few women in history? And that there are even fewer lesbians? Jo Lewis plans to help change this and wants lesbians to talk about their histories, even create a ‘herstory’. She would like lesbians to have their voices heard equally, to claim their part of our shared past. Pride