Category: Solidarity

  • invitation to clubland

    invitation to clubland

    How can we create sustainable, affirming, and transformative spaces that enable us to live our best lives? AN INVITATION TO CLUBLAND is our proposal for funding and partnerships that will make space for us to connect, create and care 2024-2029

  • READ: Visibility, vulnerability, and individualism

    READ: Visibility, vulnerability, and individualism

    One man’s journey to selfhood, Jackson’s play recounts the tale of Usher, a Black queer everyman writing a musical about a Black queer man writing a musical. A Strange Loop does what great theatre can – connects its audience to the characters’ humanity, and through them, helps us to understand our own humanity better.


    Together with members and friends we explored the past, present and future of Black queer spaces in London, with online and in person events over LGBT+ History Month. Here’s what we learned … #makingspaceforus


    When asked what obstacles exist for those seeking to create Black Queer spaces at our ‘A Place For Us?’ event last month, Akeil from Queer Bruk stated simply, ‘We have to turn up for each other’. If we believe that a Black queer renaissance is possible, it seems to be a basic requirement. Here are…