Join David Mildon , Actor /Guide of LearnArtory for this cultural walk to meet Literary and Artistic figures who refused to live and love exactly like everybody else.
From Oscar Wilde’s “The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name” to a Pride March supported by City Hall, come and discover Rainbow London!
Hear Polari, the language of the 1950s gay scene and learn about the impact of the Thatcher Government’s Section 28. With our guide you will hear the stories of London’s LGBTQ+ community through the years! A great tour to discover London under new angles!
Meeting point will be Eros at Piccadilly Circus. The walk will last 2 hours .
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