So on the 17th of February we will be holding the Leicester LGBT Conference to reflect on the achievements and challenges faced by the LGBT+ communities. We will be focusing...
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Since this year we are celebrating our 40th Anniversary of serving the LGBT+ communities in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, we would like to take some time to reflect on who we are and what we do. We would also like to consider the achievements of and challenges faced by our LGBT+ communities 40 years after the Centre began, and we would like to share it with you.
The Leicester LGBT Centre would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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Today marks the Pansexual Pride Day. Pansexual people have the physical, emotional and spiritual capability of falling in love or being in love with someone regardless of their gender, this means...
Today we mark the World AIDS Day to remind society and governments that this devastating pandemic is still present. Over 34 million of people in...
My name is Oscar Vila Ferreiro and I am from Spain. I arrived to Leicester on the 25th of July to do a four-month internship at the LGB&T Centre. Some weeks later I started to volunteer for the T Party, the weekly social and support group of the Youth Transgender of Excellence, a project run by Lisa Vine and Becky Harris.
LUTheatre (Leicester University Theatre) present a new interpretation of William Shakespeare's Antony + Cleopatra, in association with and supporting the Leicester LGBT Centre.