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“Gay and Lesbian Marriage in Georgian England”  Rictor Norton

Sunday 26th February 2012,  2.30pm

M-Shed, Princes Wharf, Bristol, BS1 4RN.   Ticket required.

As the finale to this year’s LGBT History Month celebration, we are fortunate to present a talk by Rictor Norton, hosted by Bristol’s major new museum, M Shed. Rictor will explore the rich and unexpected history of gay and lesbian marriage in the 18th century.

Rictor Norton PhD.   Social and literary historian and writer.

Rictor Norton

Rictor is an internationally respected social and literary historian specialising in LGBT history. He has a doctorate from Florida State University on homosexuality in Renaissance literature and has published widely. Rictor has lived in London since 1973.

Donation £3.50 (£2.50 concessions).

Book your place online with Eventbrite, or if you can’t, phone or text 07802 422091.

Download the full programme for LGBT History Month 2012 in Bristol and Bath (pdf).

Read Rictor Norton’s fascinating essays on gay history and literature.

LGBT History Month website