And the line-up’s looking mighty fine:
Dreamspace Gallery, EC1 hosts a visual arts exhibition, featuring work about gender ambiguity, identity, hate, indecency, coming out, individuality, creativity, sub-cultures, absurdity and more – the roll call of artists suggests a totally engaging, challenging and unusual show, open 7-19 November, free entry.
The Cockpit Theatre, NW8 is the place to go for GFest performance: cabaret, spoken word, songs, the gay wind band, comedy, hip hop and experimental performance across 17-19 November, ticket £15/10.
The short film festival at the Prince Charles Cinema covers trends in lesbian culture, amateur boxing, transition in relationships and teenage secrets, plus free entry to a “sensual ‘Erotolalia’ participatory sound installation” on the three evenings, 8-10 November, 6 to 9pm.
Plus there are workshops, talks, social drop-ins and parties throughout the month, notably, the debate on “East London: Homophobia / Transphobia’ Impact on culture and arts” at Rich Mix on 15 November (followed by a free party) and the closing event at The Shadow Lounge, Soho on 20 November.
Find out more at www.gaywisefestival.org.uk