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Keith Haring x Amy Lamé A Conversation on LGBTQ Activism and Art From the 1980s - Today

Amy Lamé

Amy Lamé

Hear from performer, writer, TV and radio presenter Amy Lamé in conversation with curator Darren Pih

Amy Lamé will discuss her work and experiences from over three decades, exploring the intersections between LGBTQ+ activism and the arts. Lamé will also be signing copies of her book From Prejudice to Pride: A History of LGBTQ+ Movement after the talk.

Tickets include a private viewing of our ★★★★★ Keith Haring exhibition. Head to the 4th floor at 16.30 before the talk to see the show and feel free to return once the talk has finished until 19.00.

This event is part of Homotopia Festival, which runs from 1-10 November.


Amy Lamé has been a leader and collaborator in culture, media, politics and the LGBTQ+ community for over 25 years. She is the co-founder of the Olivier Award winning arts company and club night Duckie, based at the iconic Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Amy presents the Sunday afternoon show on BBC Radio 6 Music.

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Royal Albert Dock Liverpool
Liverpool L3 4BB
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Date & Time

4 November 2019 at 17.00–18.00

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