London’s BiFete for Bi Visibility Day

Have your cake and eat it at the London BiFete!

On the afternoon of Sunday September 23rd, the Mad Hatter Hotel in Southwark will be hosting a new event called BiFete – a free, friendly, low-key celebration for Bisexual Visibility Day in London.

The organisers tell us:

The Mad Hatter is wheelchair accessible with a disabled toilet. It welcomes children, serves hot food and doesn’t play loud music. In fact, we recommend it as a good place to hang out in general, so we’re delighted that they’ve agreed to host BiFete.

The details of the day will ultimately depend on who comes along and what you bring, but we plan for BiFete to feature:

  • Book and bric-a-brac swap
  • Story readings
  • Queery the Human Library
  • Magic
  • Tombola and Raffle
  • Craft corner
  • Board games
  • Photo projects
  • Music
  • oh and Cake of course!

Plus the promotion of the bisexual community’s projects, artworks, goods and services – if you’ve got something you want to promote, come along and tell us all about it! Bring a poster, bring business cards, bring artwork, or just come and talk to people about your work. (It doesn’t have to be sexuality-related!)

We’d like to encourage people to bring books and bric-a-brac (for swapping), games, cake, and anything else that seems appropriate.

Please note that this is a family-friendly pub-based event so any items brought should bear that in mind!

Sunday, September 23rd, 2pm till 5pm
(and probably some of us staying for drinks afterwards)

BiFete is a free event but you can make donations to cover expenses. If we have any money left over at the end, it will go to fund future bisexual events in London.

You will find BiFete in the back bar of the Mad Hatter Hotel, which is on the corner of Stamford Street and Blackfriars Road, SE1 9NY (the nearest stations are Southwark, Blackfriars, and Waterloo).

Official website
Facebook event here.
Want to get involved in any way? Email Katy via bifest2012 at gmail. com

All flavours welcome (provided you’re bi-friendly!)