Programmed by Planet London, will be showing Pride, and Crazy Bitches official UK DVD Launch.
Film Director Jane Clarke, will be there from the USA for Q&A’s after the showing.
Lucy Spraggan, The Tuts, Greymatter, O'Hooley & Tidow, Bashema Hall, Jes Stretton, Chuck Hay, Sophie De Battista, Holloway, Kayleigh Manners, Brain Rain, Georgia Patterson, Brave New Storm, Ajah UK, Rita Payne, Ladies of Midnight Blue, Lou Whatling, Meet Your Feet, Second Hand Wings, Me & Deboe, Vix & her Ms Cheifs, Roses & Pirates, Beth Prior, Eeek, Faye Bagley, The L Project, and Scarlette Fever. There's a solos camping area, a group meet & greet at 8pm on Friday at L Fest where you can meet others to take part in activities together.
The DIVA Sex Academy hosted by Jane Czyzselska, Polari London's LGBT literary salon, Up Close & Personal with Indie Authors: Desire, Dramas & Divas, Poetry & spoken word with Immani Love, Author Manda Scott with Woman Warriors and Planet London will be hosting a ‘LBQ Visibility in the Media’ Discussion Panel including Alicya Eyo and Kathy Caton.
The majority are in England – currently around forty-four; in Wales there are six, there are also six in Scotland, and four in Northern Ireland. Their headquarters are in Stone, Staffordshire, where they have been based since 1996.
I'm easy going and down to earth and like to have a laugh.
There’s many performance pieces from the Brighton duo All the nice girls 1940's music hall, to Offside; a narrative of Women’s Football over the years.
And solo shows Kerry Leigh wants to marry her brother and How to manifest a woman!
The business is owned and directed by its members, but management-run.
It is similar to Spar or Nisa in many ways – working for hardware and DIY stores as they do in the grocery industry.