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Never Gonna Dance Again

Start: Sep 20, 2017 09:45 AM
End: Sep 20, 2017 06:00 PM

Location: Sutton House, 2 & 4 Homerton High Street, Hackney, London E9 6JQ

Never Gonna Dance Again - poster

A one day symposium featuring academics, activists, and members of the LGBTQ community presenting on the theme of LGBTQ venues closing around London. 

The symposium is organised by the National Trust, inspired by the Save Sutton House Campaign in the 1980s. 

Featuring a keynote speech from London's first Night Czar Amy Lamé, the day also includes presentations from Dr Ben Campkin and Laura Marshall from UCL Urban Laboratory.

Standard ticket: £31.50 including booking fee Concession ticket: £10.50 including booking fee

Speakers:

Keynote speech - Amy Lamé, (London’s Night Czar)

Queer premises: geographies of LGBTQ+ night scenes and spaces in London - Ben Campkin and Laura Marshall (UCL Urban Laboratory)

Once Upon a Time There Was a Tavern - Ben Walters (Queen Mary University, Duckie, RVT Future)

Pride in Queer Places: Historic England and the Protection of LGBTQ Sites - Matthew Whitfield (Historic England)

Chardine Taylor-Stone (Cultural producer, activist, writer and educator, founder of Black Girls Picnic and Stop Rainbow Racism)

Re-queering space: Informal Tactics in Reclaiming LGBTQ+ Rights to the City - Jody Liu (UCL)

New generation, New Geography - Amelia Abraham (writer for Vice, Dazed i-D and Refinery 29)

Intervention for Preservation: Queering the venue with Unskinny Bop - Tamsin Bookey (co-founder of Unskinny Bop)

Light After Dark: The Queer London Club Scene, Memories and the Future - Kat Hudson (Curator of Light After Dark exhibition at Sutton House)

The CAMPerVAN - Samuel Douek (Founder of CAMPerVAN- a transportable queer performance and community space)

A light lunch will be served, as well as teas and coffees, and the symposium will close with a performance from Samuel Douek.

The event takes place on the ground floor, which is wheelchair accessible, and we have a gender neutral and accessible toilet.

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