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The Berry Theatre
Eastleigh Film Festival

Exhibition opens on Saturday 10th September until Saturday 22nd October

In partnership with Eastleigh Pride, take a journey through 70 years of LGBTQ+ stories in our local area with this new exhibition.

Curated by local artist Amber Weyman, A Gay Ol' Time is an exhibition and collection of stories from Eastleigh’s LGBTQ+ community, as an alternative way of observing the 70 years of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Tickets: FREE, no need to book

Ahead of the launch of A Gay Ol' Time, we’re running FREE intergenerational workshops to bring people together, share experiences, and explore the joys and the hurdles of the last 70 years.

Join us at our summer sessions, all lead by non-binary artist Amber Weyman:

Social Sharing Workshop (ages 16+)
Saturday 23 July, 2 - 4pm at The Point, Eastleigh

Help us creatively map out the last 70 years by sharing stories and reflecting together through enjoyable activities.

Walk, Push and Stroll (ages 18+)
Saturday 30 July, 2 - 4pm at Itchen Valley Country Park

Enjoy a gently paced turn around Itchen Valley Country Park, soak up the sun (fingers crossed) and chat with us about our community and how it’s changed. Picnics optional!

Move and Create Workshop (ages 16+)
Thursday 4 August, 6:30 - 8:30pm at The Point, Eastleigh

Explore the themes of our exhibition and help us find different creative ways of telling our story! Express yourself through movement, creative writing, music and any other passions that represent who you are. Any experience level is wonderful!

Community Workshop (ages 18+)
Tuesday 9 August, 6:30 - 8:30pm at The Art House, Southampton

Join us for a beverage at The Art House to swap experiences, and build a picture of our local LGBTQ+ history with us.

Booking isn’t essential, but if you’d like to let us know you’re attending any of these sessions, or be kept updated about the project, please fill out the short form below or email if you prefer.

Let us know you're coming!

If you want to be involved, but can’t make any of the dates or there are any barriers to your attendance, please do let us know at We’ll be happy to meet up with you another time, speak on the phone, or swap emails, whatever suits you best. You’re also welcome to share stories with us without attending any events.

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Location: The Point