LGBT History in Islington
Islington Museum and Islington’s Pride are celebrating the wonderful and heroic LGBT+ residents of Islington in the exhibition, ‘Making the Invisible Visible’.
Discover more about the interesting lives of local Islington LGBT legends such as Peter Wildeblood (a journalist, novelist, playwright and television producer), Yvonne Sinclair (an activist, co-ordinator of the TV/TS Group), Duncan Irvine (co-owner, along with Martin Mason, of LGBT+ venue Central Station) and Lisa Power (LGBT+ activist and co-founder of Stonewall).
You can learn about their stories, and the stories of many, many more for free at the exhibition running at Islington Museum until 30 March.
Islington Museum, 245 St John Street, EC1V 4NB. The museum is open between 10am and 5pm on Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, and Sat. The museum is closed on Weds and Sun.
- Barnsbury & Caledonian Road
- Archway & Tufnell Park
- Nag’s Head and Holloway
- Angel & Pentonville
- Bunhill & St Luke’s (Finsbury)
- Finsbury Park & Stroud Green
- Islington Central & Canonbury
- Newington Green
- Victoria Cross memorial stones
- Streets with a story
- Islington during the First World War
- Islington and Holloway Fire Stations
- Society of Genealogists
- LGBT History in Islington
- D-Day (1944-2019)
- Highbury Corner V-1 bomb
- Italians in Islington
- Islington on the Home Front during the Second World War
- Islington’s Pride: Our heritage, our future
- Islington as a Place of Refuge
- Barging Through Islington: 200 Years of the Regent’s Canal
- The Irish in Islington
- A short history of waste and recycling in Islington
- Gay Liberation Front at 50