At York LGBTQ+ History Month we are now starting to compile our programme for February 2020. As ever, we need your help to make it happen!
Last year’s programme featured over 40 events with a great diversity of subjects and voices represented. Previous programmes have included a very broad range of events including craft workshops, dancing, discussions, exhibitions, films, plays, performances, exploration and commemoration of personal histories, religious services, social occasions (with and without alcohol), talks and more. We want to continue to bring a fabulous programme of local events and activities for the people of York and beyond. Could you be a part of this?
The theme for LGBT History Month 2019 is Poetry, Prose and Plays, the first link with the National Curriculum subject of English. We hope this theme welcomes everyone’s artistic side and are excited o produce an interactive event programme that is open to all.
As always we welcome submissions to the programme regardless of whether they are on theme, and regardless of whether they provide a historical perspective. For inspiration, see the 2019 programme on our events page and the 2014-2018 programmes on our previous years page.
If you’d like to put on an event, here’s what we need from you by Friday 29 November:
- start time
- end time
- accessibility (audio description; baby changing; BSL/English interpretation; gender-neutral toilets; hearing loop; wheelchair access)
- organisation(s) responsible (if applicable)
- description (maximum 500 characters, with spaces)
- tickets (cost, if any, and how to get them)
- contact name
- contact email*
- contact phone*
- website/page for more information (optional)
- image for the programme (optional)
* By default we will include both your email and phone number in the programme to make it easy for people to contact you. If you do not want one of these listing, please let us know.
Please submit your events using our online form. If you have trouble using the form, you can email us the details instead.
We encourage you to get in contact before setting a time and date – if we can minimise clashes, we can enable people to make the most of the month and maximise attendance at each event! For now please try to avoid the daytime of Saturday 1 February and the evening of Friday 31 January.
Unsure about an idea for an event? No matter how big or small, quirky or conventional, we’d love to hear your ideas and are happy to act as a sounding board, provide advice and point you in the right direction as much as we can.
Please contact the co-programme coordinator, Salina Cuddy if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org