WORK IN FEBRUARY

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WORK @ HIDDEN – EVERY WEDNESDAY –
HIDDEN IS THE HOME OF SEVERAL OF LONDON’S TOP GAY AND LGBT EVENTS INCLUDING WORK, MEGA WOOF AND HARD ON AND A WIDE RANGE OF QUALITY DANCE MUSIC EVENTS.
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WORK! @ HIDDEN WED 17 FEB
 “LOVE IN THIS CLUB” – WORK @Hidden ! POST VALENTINE’S PARTY + DANCE SHOW TRIBUTE TO USHER BY PRINCE XAVIER AND THE SILK ASSASSINZ
DJS BIG JOHN AND BIGGY C
PLAY RNB UK FUNKY BASHMENT OLD SKOOL POP & DISCO  AT LONDON’S BUSIEST MIDWEEK PARTY
RAFFLE TO WIN COPIES OF USHER’S “HERE I STAND” ALBUM COURTESY OF SONY MUSIC
ADMISSION £6. WORK @ HIDDEN 100 TINWORTH ST OFF ALBERT EMBANKMENT VAUXHALL SE11 5EQ.
Print the mini flyer in the Sponsors side bar for free entry before midnight or £3 after.

WORK! @ HIDDEN WED 24 FBRUARY
WORK HOSTS GAY Africa Launch Party
DJS, SPOKEN WORK AND LIVE ACTS IN THE BAR + RAFFLE
TO RAISE MONEY FOR GAY AFRICA EVENT ON SUNDAY 27 FEB*  SEE INFO FOR THE SUNDAY EVENT LISTING AT BOTTOM OF PAGE.
TONIGHT @ WORK DJS BIG JOHN AND BIGGY C
PLAY RNB UK FUNKY BASHMENT OLD SKOOL POP & DISCO  AT LONDON’S BUSIEST MIDWEEK PARTY
RAFFLE TO WIN COPIES OF USHER’S “HERE I STAND” ALBUM COURTESY OF SONY MUSIC
ADMISSION £6.
WORK @ HIDDEN 100 TINWORTH ST OFF ALBERT EMBANKMENT VAUXHALL SE11 5EQ
Print the mini flyer in the Sponsors side bar for free entry before midnight or £3 after.

COMMUNITY EVENT:
GAY AFRICA in Association with English Pen.
SUNDAY 28 FEBRUARY – FREE. @ RED ROOM.
The Red Room presents GAY AFRICA in partnership with English PEN.
 “The darkest thing about Africa has always been our ignorance of it.”
GAY AFRICA is a powerful response to the human rights and sexuality crisis sweeping the continent. In Uganda they propose to execute gays, in Malawi they imprison gay men who marry, in Nigeria they ban all meeting and support for LGBT people.
How far does the American Christian Right support homophobia in Africa? Is South Africa a shinning example of human rights or special case? Do activists and the media in the West help or hinder African lesbians and gays?
How does what’s happening in Africa impact on LGBT people throughout the world?
GAY AFRICA brings together an exciting mix of artists and activists from Africa and the Caribbean. We invite you to come along, be entertained, let your voice be heard and get refreshed.
Performers and Special Guests include:
Bisi Alimi (Nigerian LGBT Activist)
Campbell (Filmmaker/Curator)
Gaylene Gould (Broadcaster)
Inua Ellams (Performance Poet)
John Bosco (Gay Ugandan Refugee)
Keith Jarrett (Performance Poet)
Lee Jasper (Black Human Rights Activist)
Michael Senyonjo (Ugandan Human Rights Activist)
Mojisola Adebayo (Writer/Performer)
Phyll Opoku (UK Black Pride)
Rhymes Won’t Wait Collective
Rowland Jide Macaulay (House of Rainbow)
Shaun Newport (Pride London)
Skye Chirape (Zimbabwean LGBT Activist)
Short films screening:
Souljah by Rikki Beadle-Blair (Best Short Film at Rushes Soho)
Young Black & Gay by Dean Atta (Channel 4, bfm IFF, LLGFF)
THIS A FREE EVENT
Sunday 28th February 2010 4pm – 8pm
Free Word Centre, Farringdon
60 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3GA
Directions: Exit Farringdon Tube Station and turn right, then right again and walk 5mins down Farringdon Road.

http://www.freewordonline.com
For updates see: http://www.theredroom.org.uk
Supported by: rukus!, Rhymes Won’t Wait, Bootylicious, WORK!, UK Black Pride

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