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The Stonewall Season begins today and will end with an exhibition

Tuesday 01 November 2016
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The final event in the Stonewall Season will be an exhibition of over 60 artists. The Stonewall Season is a festival of 70 plus events that take place across towns and cities in England, Scotland and Wales, organised by the charity Stonewall, who support LGBT people across Britain, helping individuals at work, home and in their community. The festival begins today (1st November), with events such as discussions, club nights and parties, bake sales, cinema screenings, pub quizzes, gatherings and networking, taking place until 10th November, followed by the closing event the following night.

To close the season, creatives such as artist Marc Quinn, Olly Alexander of Years & Years, and fashion designers Gareth Pugh and Henry Holland will contribute to the exhibition at the Tanner Warehouse. The exhibition aims to celebrate creative talent in the LGBT community, is supported by Vogue Fabrics Dalston and Diversity Matters, and there will be a silent auction of the artwork on display on the night to raise money for Stonewall, which you can already bid on now. The event will also have DJ sets from Gok Wan, DJ Sonikku, and drag DJ Jodie Harsh, and innovative food will be provided by Bompas & Parr.

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The Stonewall Season runs from 1-10th November 2016, find out about events on their websiteThe Stonewall Exhibition Event will take place on 11th November at the Tanner Warehouse, Bermondsey Street, London and you can buy tickets here.