Our first event of 2017 will be Gay Holocaust Memorial Event on Wednesday 25th January 2017, 2-5pm at our centre. The free event will include a showing of the documentary film Paragraph 175 and an accompanying art exhibition, with time for discussions and light refreshments, and a candle vigil to remember those who lost their lives or were imprisoned for their actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity. All welcome, in any way that you self-identify, to meet with us and discuss the impact of the gay holocaust.
How do I find the centre?:
We’re really easy to find, the centre is a few minutes walk from the town centre, and just round the corner from Derby Central Library and Derby Museum. We have limited off road parking available directly across the road from our main entrance. There’s a rainbow flag hanging over the entrance, so we should be an easy spot. The centre is disabled friendly, with a hearing loop and ramp access to a large loo with grab rails. The event will be held downstairs at the centre.
You are welcome to get in touch if you have any questions beforehand, we look forward to seeing you then.