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There's an LGBT film pop-up at the Masonic Temple this weekend

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Like watching your movies in spectacular locations? You're in luck. You can swap your sofa for London's Masonic Temple this weekend, when charity Stonewall put on a trio of screenings in the epic Grade II listed space. 

Friday night sees the Freemason's former meeting place screen 'A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge', while Tony Scott's chilling vampire classic 'The Hunger' starring David Bowie and Susan Sarandon, will be shown on Saturday night.  

On Sunday, Stonewall will screen three original short documentaries – Young and Gay: In Putin’s Russia, Young and Gay: Jamaica’s Gully Queens and Gaycation: Japan – each introduced by the people behind the films.

Tickets are £10 and the film screenings are part of Stonewall Season, a festival of events celebrating lesbian, gay, bi and trans culture. 

 

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