The Southwark QueerStory exhibition at Peckham Levels tells the story of the people who campaigned for equality and acceptance.
Club was formed by tinned food factory workers on the Isle of Dogs before moving to Greenwich, New Cross and the 'new' The Den
"Perhaps the most successful Africans in Tudor England was John Blanke, a court trumpeter for Henry VIII who performed at Henry VIII’s coronation"
The story of how four Dulwich Hamlet players lost their lives fighting in WWII has been unearthed
Dr Moody worked tirelessly to campaign for better treatment for black Brits in the early 20th century
The Horniman Museum began life in 1890 when Frederick Horniman opened his home to the public, and the current museum building was officially opened in 1901
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