Islington’s PrideThis exhibition takes a look at Islington’s LGBT heritage through the organisations, people and places where history was made. Over the next two years it aims to collect and archive as much material as possible. There are walks around the area’s significant gay historic spots on 18th (such as where Joe Orton, above, lived) and 25th February. On 28th Feb, project manager Alex Smith will give a presentation at Central Station (37 Wharfdale Road N1). Runs until 16th March. Islington Museum, 245 St John Street, EC1V
Loudest WhispersThe 8th year of London’s art exhibition for the LGBT community celebrates the creativity of 38 artists, both professional and self-taught outsiders, which includes 38 Green Carnations, a work by Peter Herbert and Fionn Wilson inspired by the incarceration of Oscar Wilde in Reading Gaol. Until April 20th. Free. The Conference Centre, St Pancras Hospital, 4 St Pancras Way NW1
TransLondon 10th AnniversaryThis discussion-support group for people who identify as trans or who are questioning their gender identity was formed in 2007 and has been meeting every third Tuesday of the month at Bloomsbury institution Gay’s The Word bookshop. Their first decade is celebrated with talks, chat and drinks on 21st Feb, 730-9pm.
Free entry, Gay’s The Word, 66 Marchmont St, WC1N