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Over the Rainbow event for LGBT+ communities comes to Romford

PUBLISHED: 16:00 03 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:12 03 October 2018

A new LGBT+ night, Over The Rainbow is coming to The Goose pub in Romford.

A new LGBT+ night, Over The Rainbow is coming to The Goose pub in Romford.

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Residents are invited to attend the opening night of a LGBT+ event in Romford.

A new LGBT+ night, Over The Rainbow is coming to The Goose pub in Romford.A new LGBT+ night, Over The Rainbow is coming to The Goose pub in Romford.

The Havering LGBT+ Forum’s opening night for Over The Rainbow will take place on Tuesday, October 9 at The Goose in South Street.

Steve Bone, chairman of the forum told the Recorder: “I would like to say a big thank you to The Goose management, Mehmet and Peter for making this evening event possible at their lovely pub.

“My group welcomes all of the LGBT+ community of Havering to an evening of good music, live acts and great fun.”

Each event will include a live act from 10pm to 9pm and for the opening night guests can enjoy a performance from the fabulous Chamonix Aspen.

The Havering LGBT+ Forum provides resources for the borough’s LGBT+ communities including training, advice and support.

Over The Rainbow at The Goose will take place fortnightly on a Tuesday from 7.30pm to 11pm.

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