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Inside Kent Magazine: ‘An LGBT Celebration at Smallhythe Place’

Barn Theatre at Smallhythe Place

Saturday 10 & 11 June, 3pm

To celebrate National Trust’s Prejudice and Pride programme L.G.B.T Poet Laureate Trudy Howson is coming to Smallhythe Place to explore The Smallhythe Trio: Edith Craig, Christopher St. John and Clare Atwood, through poetry and prose.

She will also be in conversation with our House Steward, Susannah Mayor and Curator of the current LGBT exhibition, Carla Danella, about Edy Craig and her circle of LGBT friends that lived at the property. There will be a Q&A session to close the event.

Free entry

Read the full article here: http://insidekentmagazine.co.uk/an-lgbt-celebration-at-smallhythe-place/


“If we got some more coke (I could show you how I love you)

I’ll be guesting on the after show panel of this innovative new play by John O’Donovan.

Set in a small town in West Ireland it explores, through the relationship of two lads: Friendship. Love. Class. Alienation.

These topics and other issues relating to Class division and alienation within the LGBT community will be discussed after the show .

The Old Red Lion Theatre is hosting this event