Event // LGBTQ Walking Tour of London’s Soho

LGBTQ WAlking Tour OF Soho, London

Date for your diary, or maybe the ideal event to bring a date??

Join London Irish LGBT Network on May 14th for a walking tour of Gay Soho with historian, Mark T Cox.

This will be a great opportunity to get out and meet each other, learn something new about the place where we live, and have a bit of fun!

The tour will kick off at 3pm sharp, no messing about, and there will be a charge of £10 per person which will be payable on the day.

Once you sign up for the event, we will give you a meeting point and a telephone number to contact us on the day.

As always, we strive to ensure that our events are a safe space for our LGBTQ community and friends. In order to do this, we ask that you register for the event beforehand. You can read our privacy policy here.

You can book directly on Eventbrite.

Online Meetup: An Evening with Actor Derek Murphy

Derek Murphy

Just us for an online meet-up on April 27th at 2000. We will be joined by Irish actor and producer, and London resident, Derek Murphy.

On stage, credits include, most recently ‘Love Dance’ at ‘The Chiswick Playhouse London‘, as well as ‘‪Dial M for Murder‬’, ‘‪Major Barbara‬’, ‘Scapino’, ‘John Bulls Other Island’, and National UK Tour of ‘Arms and the Man’ (Michael Friend Productions, Shaw2020 London), ‘MacSwiney’ (Irish Theatre London) ‘Exposed‘ (Southwark Playhouse) ‘Dracula‘ (Jellyfish Theatre Co. Rome), ‘Woyzeck‘ (London Theatre) and ‘Just Above Dogs‘ (Green Curtain Theatre Co.) which was performed at The Houses of Parliament in London.

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Event: The 34th Film Screening and Q&A

The 34th Film Screening

Folks, we’re delighted to announce that we’ve teamed up with London Irish Centre and the IFI for a very special screening of ‘The 34th Film Screening: The Story of Marriage Equality’.

Join us on February 13th at 2pm for a matinee screening. You can book your tickets here.


Spanning a decade that culminated in the 34th amendment of the Irish Constitution, Linda Cullen and Vanessa Gildea’s IFTA-nominated documentary feature follows the founders and members of the Marriage Equality organisation, as they campaigned for the extension of civil marriage to same-sex couples. 

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