Celebrating 30 years of UK bi activism, writer and blogger Sue George (Women and Bisexuality, Bisexuality and Beyond) leads a panel of speakers discussing bisexuals and bisexuality in the 20th century as part of this year’s LGBT History Month.
The event’s on Saturday 12 February 2011, 2.30–4.30 pm, Conway Hall (Bertrand Russell
Room), 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL. Tickets £5 (£3 unwaged) from www.eventelephant.com/20thcenturybi and at the door (all profits to BiCon Helping Hand Fund)
Wheelchair-accessible venue: for Conway Hall access details contact Carina on 0207 242 8032. For more information on the event search for 20th Century Bi on Facebook.
Supported by the Bisexual Index and LGBT History Month
What are you up to this week? This week’s bi diary includes meetings in London, Birmingham and Sheffield – all on the same night.
So depending where you are on Tuesday you could pop along to London’s Bisexual Underground, a pub meet at the Blue Posts pub just off Oxford street. You might join the Brum Bis in the HGL community centre on Bromsgrove Street, opposite the Hurst Street Tesco Metro. Or you could join the Sheffield bis for their regular pub meet.
See our calendar page to keep up to date with bi events around the UK – or add things in your area!
23/9 – Bi Visibility Day
A proud and happy Bi Visibility Day 2010 to all our readers!
With at least ten events to mark the date around the UK this is the highest profile that the date has had since it was first marked as International Celebrate Bisexuality Day in 1999.
You can find out about events in Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton, Cardiff, Edinburgh, London, Manchester, Sheffield and Winchester at september23.bi.org
In under two weeks it will be Bi Visibility Day – also known as International Celebrate Biseuxality Day. The awareness-raising date this year will see events in Bristol, Edinburgh, London, Manchester, Sheffield, and Winchester: maybe more – let us know!
You can keep up with everything going on to mark the occasion via the special website, september23.bi.org
This weekend’s 28th UK and 10th International BiCon was the biggest UK bisexual community event ever. BiMedia understand there were over 450 people attending, from at least 28 countries around the world, and the event ran over five days including the BiReCon conference.
The official BiCon group photo will be published by Bi Community News shortly on their website and in print in the magazine’s next edition. Our congratulations to all involved in making it happen!