Celebrate LGBT History Month in Norfolk and Suffolk
- Credit: Nick Butcher
February is dedicated to remembering the history of the LGBT+ movement. Here are some events happening around Norfolk and Suffolk to get involved with.
A Fantastic Woman - Tuesday February 13, Cinema City, Norwich. Tickets £8.
A 2017 Chilean drama directed by Sebastian Lelio. It has received international acclaim and was also nominated for an Oscar. Marina (Daniela Vega) plays a transgender woman who is accused of murdering her partner, Orlando (Francisco Reyes). She battles to prove her innocence within a judgemental society and assert herself as a 'fantastic woman'. Tickets availible from the Cinema City website.
LGBT+ History Month at UEA, Norwich
There's something happening nearly everyday at the University of East Anglia for LGBT History Month. From the launch of a brand new literature magazine, The Queer Review, to a pizza social and a gender discussion, the union has made sure to include something for all interests. More information here.
Across the Kitchen Table - Saturday 3 February, Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft. Tickets £5
This performance features real-life stories of people coming out in a one-off theatre performance. The Access Community Trust has teamed up with Lowestoft-based LGBT youth group BLAH and students from Ormiston Denes Academy to tell these brave stories. More information here.
Parallel Spirals book signing - Tuesday February 27, Norfolk & Norwich Millennium Library. Free.
'What can a secret mermaid, Belgian beguines, Jane Eyre and a modern Norfolk vicar have in common?' Norwich-based Elspeth Rushbrook, author of Parallel Spirals, will be discussing just that and signing copies of her book - a 'subverted Jane Eyre'.
Sharing Stories of Inclusion - Friday February 23, Providence Community Centre, King's Lynn. Free
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- 3 Teenager admits stabbing three people in Norwich city centre
- 4 Confusion as people in Norfolk mistakenly turn up for booster jab
- 5 Norfolk college named best secondary school in the UK
- 6 Norfolk Labour website tells people not to vote for party
- 7 Norfolk hotel set to launch five romantic orchard cabins next year
- 8 More than 80 Norfolk parishes protest against wind farm plans
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- 10 Woman with scissors said she wanted to murder someone at supermarket
Hosted by King's Lynn & West Norfolk Pride, this special social event is a chance to mix and mingle with others from the LGBT+ community. There will also be a presentation and guest speakers. For more information contact @KLWNPride on Twitter and Facebook.
Sunday Service at the Octagon Unitarian Chapel - Sunday February 11, Octagon Unitarian Chapel, Norwich. Free
Led by Torry Glinwell, this service will celebrate specifically the transgender experience from a variety of perspectives. The collection will be donated to the Norfolk LGBT+ Project. Ends at midday and refreshments will be provided. More information here.
Do you know of anymore events happening around the region for LGBT History Month? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org