Posted by Lashings of Ginger Beer
Here are some shiny events happening in Oxford over the next few weeks.
Oxford Lesbian History Group
Tuesday 24 January, 8pm - Downstairs at the Castle
Discussion of women's diaries and letters, the practical and interpretative difficulties of working with them.
Oxford International Women's Festival Fundraiser
Monday 30 January, 7pm - Port Mahon
Lucy Aryton - Poet
Stuart Bryant - Poet
Hannah Bruce - Acoustic singer / songwriter
Tamara Parsons Baker - Singer/ songwriter
Rachel Hughes - Pianist / singer / songwriter
Oxford University lecture for LGBT History Month (all welcome):
Alan Turing: the One who became a Zero
A lecture by Dr Andrew Hodges, author of Alan Turing: The Enigma
Tuesday 7 February, 5.30pm
Museum of Natural History, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PW
"Alan Turing was the chief scientific figure in the Anglo-American codebreaking effort in World War II, centred on Bletchley Park. His life as a gay man illustrates the harsh oppression but also the growing consciousness of that era."
Oh, and did we mention we're having a party on Saturday 11 February, including your LAST CHANCE TO SEE the Lashings of Ginger Beer Time Pantomime? It's at the East Oxford Community Centre from 7pm. Read about it on Facebook or on the blog.