Sat, Feb 01 | The Hive

Exhibition opening of Jonathan Cutbill’s bird photographs

FREE to attend. Jonathan, who died in 2019, was a founder of Gay’s the Word bookshop in London, foremost collector in Britain of books of LGBT relevance and supporter of Shrewsbury LGBT+ History Month. He was also a keen bird photographer.
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Time & Location

Feb 01, 2020, 1:30 PM – 2:00 PM
The Hive, 5 Belmont, Shrewsbury SY1 1TE, UK

About the Event

FREE to attend.  In 1993 Jonathan retired and moved to Shropshire. He had a lifelong affection for the natural world, especially birds and took hundreds of beautiful photographs, a selection of which will be on display as part of 2020 History Month.

Come and enjoy the exhibition opening and the formal launch of LGBT+ History Month 2020, in Shrewsbury.

The exhibiton opening will be followed by The Jonathan Cutbill Memorial Lecture - a tribute presentation from Andrew Lumsden  Gay Liberation Front (GLF) Activist and co-founder of Gay News and Justin Bengry, a leading cultural historian of sexualities and the queer past focusing on twentieth-century Britain.

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