“The Gay Scene in 18th-century London: Continuities in LGBT History”
Age UK Camden Opening Doors London hosts the evening with pioneering gay historian Rictor Norton, who came to
London in the early 1970s. He has written the pioneering history of the 18th-century gay subculture “Mother Clap’s Molly House”; has edited collections of gay love letters and early gay erotica, and has written entries on gay people for the “Oxford Dictionary of National Biography”.
social 6.00pm – 7.00pm, talk starts at 7.00pm
Free event for gay/bi/trans men aged 50 and over
Put on for you as part of Camden and Islington LGBT History Month 2013