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Living the “Log Books”

Paul Thurlow is a volunteer with Islington’s Pride, and has contributed a large amount of the content to the project. An Islingtonian, he has seen many changes in the borough. He was a volunteer with Switchboard from 1983-86, and in this blog post he reflects on the podcast The Log Books. The Log Books podcast […]

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LGBT+ History Month 2021: A Preview of Coming Attractions

A big part of our Islington’s Pride project is our Heritage Trail – an interactive map of the borough that collects the people, places and organisations – past and present – that have made Islington their home. On this trail we will have 150 pins, each pin with its own personal history. “This is the […]

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LGBT+ History Month at Islington’s Pride

LGBT History Month gives all of us an opportunity to engage with our shared history, focus on the past, and listen to and share the knowledge of those who have come before us. At Islington’s Pride, we engage with history on a daily basis, but what good is that if we can’t impart some of […]

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Islington’s Pride tote bag printing!

Ever wondered how easy it is to screen print a tote bag? Come to this creative workshop for adults at Islington Museum and have a go at making your very own Islington’s Pride tote bag to take home. Be inspired by some of the brilliant designs in the Islington’s Pride Archive, learn about some of […]

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Out4 Film: Britain on Film: LGBT Britain

23 February 3pm Come join us as we celebrate LGBT lives as portrayed on screen with a showing of the film Britain on Film: LGBT Britain, a moving and fascinating collection of films spanning 1909 to 1994. The programme documents a century in which homosexuality went from crime to Pride, via decades of profoundly courageous […]