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Last Friday, 17th of February, we held a Conference to celebrate our 40th Birthday. We used this opportunity to reflect on the Challenges and Achievements...
LUTheatre (Leicester University Theatre) present a new interpretation of William Shakespeare's Antony + Cleopatra, in association with and supporting the Leicester LGBT Centre.
Leicester LGBT Centre will be 40 years old on Monday 26 September ! We want to invite everyone to attend at 12 noon for cake and coffee at the Centre
New yoga classes (every Friday) are underway at the Michael Wood Centre in Leicester.
Anyone is welcome, however, this class is aimed at beginners and/or those wanting a gentler and more relaxing yoga experience.
On the evening of Monday 13th June, Leicester stood in solidarity with Orlando following the recent murderous assault on a gay club in the city, tragically culminating in the loss of some fifty lives.
An inspirational new play about the struggles and triumphs of lesbians and gay men who have fled to the UK from persecution. What happens when they get to the country that they hope will offer refuge? Who is welcome, who is locked up, and who is deported?
The British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR) has been awarded funding by the Equality and Human Rights Commission to coordinate and draft a civil society report ahead of the United Nations review of the UK's human rights situation at the Universal Periodic Review (UPR).
More than 200 people assembled in the Campus Centre atrium to see the official launch of the festival as esteemed academic Professor Julie Fish also announced the launch of the DMU Centre for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer (LGBTQ) Research.