Be the person you were born to be: Homosexuality, religion and coming out
Feb
28
6:30 PM18:30

Be the person you were born to be: Homosexuality, religion and coming out

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Matt, founder of the Naz and Matt Foundation, will present a short film on his experiences followed by a talk. There will then be a Q&A and panel discussion with Matt, representatives from the LGBTQI+ community, University of Birmingham Chaplaincy, a young adult psychiatrist and others. 

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Mawaan Rizwan: Twerk in Progress
Mar
14
7:30 PM19:30

Mawaan Rizwan: Twerk in Progress

Mawaan Rizwan is back with a work-in-progress show. A concoction of confessional stand up, absurd dance and trippy songs. From sexuality to daddy issues to Missy Elliot. It's all covered.

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Mawaan Rizwan: Twerk in Progress
Apr
18
7:30 PM19:30

Mawaan Rizwan: Twerk in Progress

Mawaan Rizwan is back with a work-in-progress show. A concoction of confessional stand up, absurd dance and trippy songs. From sexuality to daddy issues to Missy Elliot. It's all covered.

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Hidayah: Stories Event (Birmingham)
Feb
24
4:30 PM16:30

Hidayah: Stories Event (Birmingham)

An event dedicated to discussing and sharing the more challenging aspects of Muslim LGBT experience, be that with parents, siblings, friends, lovers or, (more crucially) with ourselves.

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Hidayah: Stories Event (London)
Feb
24
11:30 AM11:30

Hidayah: Stories Event (London)

An event dedicated to discussing and sharing the more challenging aspects of Muslim LGBT experience, be that with parents, siblings, friends, lovers or, (more crucially) with ourselves.

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1984, When The Sun Didn't Rise
Feb
21
6:00 PM18:00

1984, When The Sun Didn't Rise

The documentary ‘1984, When The Sun Didn’t Rise’ chronicles the lives of women who live in Delhi’s Widow Colony, which houses the widows of the Sikh men who were killed in the violence which continued for four days after Indira Gandhi was assassinated.

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Film Screening: Satyavati
Feb
8
7:00 PM19:00

Film Screening: Satyavati

Satyavati, the film, aspires to let the audience understand that being a lesbian is not a disease that needs to be cured and is as natural as heterosexuality.

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Hidayah: Stories Event (Birmingham)
Jan
27
4:30 PM16:30

Hidayah: Stories Event (Birmingham)

An event dedicated to discussing and sharing the more challenging aspects of Muslim LGBT experience, be that with parents, siblings, friends, lovers or, (more crucially) with ourselves.

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Anima State @ London Short Film Festival
Jan
20
7:00 PM19:00

Anima State @ London Short Film Festival

As the 70th anniversary celebrations of Pakistan’s independence from British India draw to a close, Anima State interrogates the very notion of freedom, sovereignty and security for the country and its inhabitants.

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Hidayah: Stories Event (London)
Jan
20
11:30 AM11:30

Hidayah: Stories Event (London)

An event dedicated to discussing and sharing the more challenging aspects of Muslim LGBT experience, be that with parents, siblings, friends, lovers or, (more crucially) with ourselves.

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Play Date: Comedy for Queers
Jan
18
7:30 PM19:30

Play Date: Comedy for Queers

On Thursday 18th January, join as at The Glory for a night of comedy with performances by Shazia Mirza & Mawaan Rizwan 

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Hidayah: Stories Event (London)
Dec
16
11:30 AM11:30

Hidayah: Stories Event (London)

An event dedicated to discussing and sharing the more challenging aspects of Muslim LGBT experience, be that with parents, siblings, friends, lovers or, (more crucially) with ourselves.

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Hidayah: Stories Event (Birmingham)
Dec
9
5:00 PM17:00

Hidayah: Stories Event (Birmingham)

An event dedicated to discussing and sharing the more challenging aspects of Muslim LGBT experience, be that with parents, siblings, friends, lovers or, (more crucially) with ourselves.

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Hidayah: Stories Event (London)
Nov
25
11:30 AM11:30

Hidayah: Stories Event (London)

An event dedicated to discussing and sharing the more challenging aspects of Muslim LGBT experience, be that with parents, siblings, friends, lovers or, (more crucially) with ourselves.

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