Updated 7 September 2018 

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This is the site for all the Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans stuff happening in the Shrewsbury area. Several groups meet regularly, and extra stuff happens too. The site's eleven pages contain links to everything. ​If you have something to add please tell us.

If you’d like to help the tiny teams organise something new don’t be shy -  they'd love it!

 Welcome!

     Contact the Webmaster at  lgbtshrewsbury@hotmail.com 

       Upcoming Events:

  • ​8 September XYZ youth group meet in the town centre at 3.30pm. Details here
  • 15 September Telford Pride CANCELLED
  • 15 September A Gay Dementia Venture from Purple List theatre. 2pm-5pm at The Hive. Tickets here
  • 17 September Fabulous LGBT club night at Havana (aka C:21). Hosted by Miss Penny. Free cabaret with Brenda Labeau. 
  • 20 September Ex Libris book reading discussion group. The Hive at 1030. 
  • 5-7 October Loads of films - long and short - and talks by directors at the Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival. OMH. 

    Latest News:

  • ​TELFORD PRIDE CANCELLED (AGAIN) It won't be held on 15 September after all.  It was going to be in Hartshill Park, Oakengates.  Details here.
  • SAND are pleased to bring you a one-person theatre act 'A Gay Dementia Venture', performed by the Purple List theatre company. Followed by a discussion of the issues raised.  15th September at The Hive from 2pm to 5pm. Details and tickets here. £5.50 to £8.50.
  • Have you heard of Wilfred Owen (Anthem For Doomed Youth is one of his famous poems)? This autumn marks the centenary of his death in action. 21st Sep there's a talk about Owen, one time resident of Shrewsbury, and his gay friend Philip Gillespie Bainbrigge who worked at Shrewsbury School. With Professor Jennifer Ingleheart of University of Durham. 21 September at University Centre at 7.30pm. Free entry.
  • Shrewsbury's Fabulous LGBT nitespot hosts Vicky Jackson as Pink (as seen at Sitges Pride 2018) on 3 September; also Brenda Labeau on 17 September. Free entry. 
  • Booking has opened for this year's Rainbow Film Festival 5-7 October. Loads of films - long and short - and talks by some of the directors. Old Market Hall. Festival programme. Tickets here.
  • National / international LGBT News here
  • Midlands LGBT News here