Peter Tatchell at Wolverhampton university for LGBT History Month

Peter Tatchell at Wolverhampton university for LGBT History Month
Local News
Posted on 24 Jan 2017

As part of LGBT History Month, the University of Wolverhampton is hosting two events to help celebrate the life experiences of LGBT people in the UK and across the globe.

On Thursday 2 February, in association with the Black Staff Network as part of One World Film Festival, human rights activist and campaigner Peter Tatchell talks about the global struggle for LGBT rights.

The event also includes an audience Q&A session and a special screening of an acclaimed documentary about the work of David Kato and his fellow Uganda LGBT activists.

On Wednesday 8 February, the School of Performing Arts drama students perform a condensed version of Alexi Kaye Campbell’s award-winning play, The Pride, highlighting society’s progression in terms of gay rights and equality.

The performance is followed by a Q&A with Campbell.

Further information can be obtained by emailing arenawlv.ac.uk or by phoning 01902 321 321.
Free tickets can be reserved at wlv.ac.uk/arena-theatre.

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