Join us at ‘Quiztorical’ in London for LGBT History Month!

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Sports Media LGBT+ holding charity quiz night event at The Railway Tavern in Whitechapel on Tuesday 18 February, raising money for Diversity Role Models

February is LGBT History Month here in the UK – and we’re hoping you’ll help us celebrate at our next event!

Sports Media LGBT+ is proud to announce ‘Quiztorical’ – a fun evening in London in support of our chosen charity, Diversity Role Models.

UPDATE – We’re now fully booked for this event! We look forward to seeing those of you who have reserved tables on the night.

The event will be held on Tuesday 18 February (7pm) at The Railway Tavern in Whitechapel (15 Liverpool Street, EC2 7NX).

There’ll be a (loose) history theme running throughout but most importantly, it’s a quiz for all – so not just sports or LGBT related questions!

The Railway Tavern, a short walk from Liverpool Street station

We’ve booked out The Engine Room upstairs for a full night of quizzing. £5 per person entry, max 6 in a team.

There’s a great selection of food on offer – so please don’t eat beforehand – and of course, a well-stocked bar! Take a look at the selection here.

The Engine Room at The Railway Tavern

Helping to oversee proceedings and ensure a scrupulously fair competition will be our very special guest, football referee Ryan Atkin! As well as adjudicating, Ryan will be helping with our raffle, and awarding the prizes.

Email for more details.

If you’ve got any questions about this event, please feel free to get in touch.

About our chosen charity

At Sports Media LGBT, we’re long-term admirers of the work being done by Diversity Role Models, who exist to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying in UK schools.

The charity aims to stop bullying before it happens by educating all young people about differences in sexuality and gender identity, by challenging stereotypes, and by tackling the misuse of language.

DRM’s volunteer role models share positive stories about how being LGBT+ has affected them or someone close to them. By sharing these real-life stories, the charity helps to develop young people’s empathy and understanding of LGBT+ issues.

You can learn more about Sports Media LGBT+ here, and don’t forget to connect with us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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Jon Holmes

Digital Sports Editor