Independent Radical Publishing
Mon, 29 May 2023, 18:00 - 20:00 (GMT)
Bookhaus, 4 Rope Walk, Bristol, BS1 6ZJ
A Q&A with the author of 'Queer Footprints: A Guide to Uncovering London’s Fierce History', Dan Glass.
This groundbreaking guide will take you through the city streets to uncover the scandalous, hilarious and empowering events of London’s queerstory. Follow in the footprints of veteran activists, such as those who marched in London’s first Pride parade in 1972 or witnessed the 1999 bombing of the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho.
Accompanied by a chorus of voices of both iconic and unsung legends of the movement, readers can walk through parts of East, West, South and North London, dipping into beautifully illustrated maps and extraordinary tales of LGBTQIA+ solidarity, protest and pride. The shadows of gentrification, policing, homophobia and racism are time and again resisted.
From the Brixton Fairies to Notting Hill Carnival to world-changing protests in Trafalgar Square, Rebel Dykes to drag queen communes, Queer Footprints celebrates the hidden histories of struggle and joy. Including an accessibility guide and a list of these gems for your pleasure – queer spaces, clubs, networks and resources galore.
Dan Glass will be in conversation with a panel of Bristol based Queer activists.
Tickets comes with a glass of wine or soft drink and £2 off the book.
Walk in our queer elders' footprints in this guide full of humour, joy, pathos and mischief