WEST YORKSHIRE LGBT ACTIVISTS WE NEED YOU!!
6:30 – 9:00 pm
15th November 2018
Equity Partnership EGM
Open to all existing members to come and have their say in the next era of Equity Partnership!
We are also seeking a new board of trustees to help shape the future of Equity Partnership! If this is something you’re interested in let us know by emailing the address below!
Book your place and have your say now by emailing email@example.com
This Tuesday 25th from 1 – 3 pm Common Chorus Theatre will be at the Equity Centre for people to share their stories and help them feed the creative process of their new show!
If this interests you don’t hesitate to come along!!
Keep an eye out for the Asylum & Immigration group’s new radio show on BCB Radio!
The group was hard at work yesterday setting up the groundwork of the show, which will tackling tough and lesser known topics like:
– G4 Housing
– Barriers and stereotypes
– Refugee’s histories and journeys
– Good services to use
More information and times will be coming soon, so watch this space!
The new Trans and Non-Binary group for ages 18 to 30 will be starting next Wednesday September 12th from 6-8 pm in the Equity Centre!
So come along and meet new people, have a chat and have your say in what you’d like to see from the group!
Coming Soon: Quiz Nights. First Friday of the month, arrive from 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
Friday 7th September will feature a double quiz!
Before the interval … every day logos
After the interval … the sweetie quiz
Meeting every 2nd Sunday of the month, 3-6pm at the Equity Centre.
The Next Games Night is on Friday 21st September, 6.30-8.30pm at the Equity Centre.
Come along for pool, cards, board games, dominoes and more!
The BME Women’s Group meets every 2nd Sunday of the Month, 12-3pm at the Equity Centre.
Don’t forget the Asylum and Immigration Social Group meets every Wednesday, 10.30am – 12.30pm at the Equity Centre.
The BAFTA-Recognised Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF) returns 7-11 November, taking place across the city of York, UK.
Celebrating diversity and individual perspectives, Iris Prize Festival return to ASFF, showcasing a selection of LGBTQ+ shorts that ponder on the question of what defines a gay film. Audiences will have the chance to experience the breadth of gay cinema, through a curated collection of inspiring and thought-provoking short films.
With an introduction from Festival Director Berwyn Rowlands, these films offer a variety of approaches and examples of gay cinema, highlighting the relevance of coming out stories in 2018, the role of comedy and questioning whether LGBTQ+ film is an exclusive domain for the young and beautiful.
Hosted by Aesthetica Magazine, the ASFF celebrates its eighth edition, with a dynamic programme bursting with over 300 films screenings, over 80 industry-led masterclasses, various networking sessions and special events.
Tickets now on sale. Runs 7-11 November: https://bit.ly/2w2bom0
Moving Forward has been working hard to help provide a space for people to talk about mental health and start to address the subject, if this could help you don’t hesitate to come and find support.
You can find the group in the Equity Centre every Thursday from 1-3 pm.
This Saturday 25th the menopause cafe is making its Equity debut!
From 1 – 3:30 pm at the Equity Centre and open to all LGBT women, come along and join us for tea, cake and a chance to ask any questions you might not have had the chance ask about menopause.
The BME men’s group will be meeting this Sunday, if you’re a new member and want to know more details don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!