Tag Archives: London

The bi week ahead

It’s a new bisexual week in our calendar of bi events – and a little quiet due to the end of the month. On Monday in London it’s the Over 50s Bi Group at AgeUK, Tavis House, Tavistock Square, London. WC1H 9NA from 6pm Thursday evening in London it’s the London Bi Meetup group monthly night out at Village, 81 Wardour St, Soho from 7.30pm Friday night at 5.30pm it’s the […]

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The Bi Week Ahead

It’s a new bisexual week in our calendar of bi events – and it’s a busy week. Tuesday night in London Bisexual Underground meet at The Blue Posts, 81 Newman Street, London. It’s a pub meetup and; find out more here. Also that night it’s Brum Bi Group, a community-centre space group at the LGBT Centre, 38 Holloway Circus, Birmingham. More on their group and where […]

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Down Your Way extra: Local Groups Roundup

Summer 2017 Local news snippets from bi groups around the country – see over the page for listings. Bury The bi stall at the first Bury LGBT Pride had a small but steady stream of visitors; check BiPhoria’s facebook page for a video of the pride parade complete with pink, purple and blue banners. Liverpool The Liverpool Bi+ group hasn’t […]

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Super Busy Bi Week!

It’s a new bisexual week in our calendar of bi events – and with Bi Visibility Day this Saturday, there’s more than ever on around the country. Some events run all week – Bolton Museum and Library has a foyer exhibition of bi resources all week, and Leeds Beckett university are flying the bi flag as they did during BiCon. […]

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London Bis: 10 Years On

London’s Bi Meetup group is ten years old at the end of September, and to celebrate on 28th September they’re having a pub crawl round all their old meeting haunts. If you want to join them this is where they’ll be: 6.45pm: Tiger Tiger – where the group held its first couple of meetings back in 2007. Just half an hour […]

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Pride London’s advisory board proposes renewal

Pride in London’s Independent Community Advisory Board (CAB) today releases its annual report on the 2017 Pride in London events, which also contains its thoughts on the future of the capital’s LGBT+ Pride. Suggestions include a rotating ‘theme’ for the parade with a bi block leading the march some years. Outlining the report they note that the CAB’s membership is drawn from […]

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