UK’s biggest LGBT History exhibition returns to View from the Top

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Nottinghamshire’s Rainbow Heritage is putting on another huge exhibition for LGBT History Month.

Some of the themes on display last year will return again, though usually in expanded form – a lot more on Black and Asian LGBT people, on local venues and local LGBT publications, on Trans people and on homophobic bullying. New themes include: Section 28, Civil Partnerships, Nottingham in the News, Gone but not forgotten, Nottingham CHE, Dorothy the Badgelady, The Justin Campaign, Pride Post-Its and others as well as a prize quiz

The View from the Top gallery is on the 4th floor above Waterstones on Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham. The exhibition runs from Tuesday February 17th to Sunday February 22nd. From the Wednesday to the Sunday the opening hours are simply the times when Waterstones is open and entrance is free. On Tuesday 17th, the exhibition begins with an evening launch event from 7.00 – 9.00 pm with free food and drink.
Go to the NEWS page of Nottinghamshire’s Rainbow Heritage for more information.

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