Outing the Past 4 – Music, Archives and LGBT History

Event Date / Time: 01/02/2014 @ 2:00pm

Event Summary: Lancashire archives are celebrating LGBT History month with a full day of entertainment and interesting talks!

Venue: Lancashire Archives
Bow Lane
PR1 2RE

Price per Person: Free

Event Full Details: Outing the Past 4 – Music, Archives and LGBT History

Lancashire archives are celebrating LGBT History month with a full day of entertainment and interesting talks:
 
2pm                Open with Preston Musical Comedy Society Choir (tbc)
2.20pm           Clive Taylor, Hotpot and Hotpants: a talk about LGBT music history and culture in Lancashire in the 1970s                            and 80s, followed by discussion
2.55pm           "The Love that Dare Not Speak its Name", a short film by Drew Drake
3.15pm           Break for refreshments
3.30pm           Abigail Ward, Manchester District Music Archive, Queer Noise: The Hidden History of Manchester's LGBT                              music culture, a digital archive project
4.20pm           O'Hooley & Tidow, Gentleman Jack: A Q & A session with BBC Radio 2's Folk Music Award nominees and                              critically acclaimed folk band who have used the diaries of Anne Lister as inspiration for writing music
4.50pm           Performance of Gentleman Jack by O'Hooley & Tidow
5.00pm           Break for refreshments and hot pies

Then from 5.45-7.00pm O'Hooley & Tidow play live at Lancashire Archives (tickets for this part of the programme cost £5)
 
Booking is essential. Please phone (01772) 533033 or email vicci.mccann@lancashire.gov.uk to book a place.