Join Rose Collis to explore and discuss more than forty years of history, featuring cuttings, photos, objects and ephemera
Rose Collis has been an out and proud lesbian writer, performer, historian and activist for more than four decades. She has witnessed, participated in and chronicled many key events in LGBTQ history, but especially those affecting and emanating from the lesbian community.
This history includes Gay’s the Word’s battle with HM Customs, the roles played by Oval House and The Drill Hall in performance/activism, and the diverse responses to the AIDS crisis and Section 28 – plus her four years as the first lesbian co-editor of the influential ‘Out in the City’ section of City Limits magazine.
Join her for this rare opportunity to explore and discuss more than forty years of history, featuring cuttings, photos, objects and ephemera from her private archive.
Rose Collis is a critically acclaimed performer, author, playwright, singer, musician, historian, producer, workshop leader and journalist whose work spans five decades. She has written, edited and contributed to seventeen books and, since 2012, has garnered an international reputation as a stage artist who writes, performs and produces high quality work which introduces audiences to, and explores, the lives of overlooked LGBT/female figures. Her popular public talks and lectures have included sell-out events at the V&A, Royal National Theatre, National Film Theatre, National Portrait Gallery and the Edinburgh International Book Festival. She was an elected member of Equity’s national LGBT+ Equalities Committee and was recently elected onto the prestigious Women's Committee.
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Reserve tickets at this website2020-05-02 10:30 2020-05-02 10:30 Europe/London Forty Years Out (And Counting) Join Rose Collis to explore and discuss more than forty years of history, featuring cuttings, photos, objects and ephemera https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2020/05/02/forty-years-out-and-counting-227048 London Metropolitan Archives,40 Northampton Rd,,London
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