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Admiral Duncan

54 Old Compton Street

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W1D 4UB

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Soho Remembers 17-24-30


We aim to arrive in St Anne's Garden's, Wardour Street, Soho by 4.45 pm on Tuesday 30th April and set up our pitch by 5 pm.

  • We will light three candles representing the three people who died and the three communities that were attacked.
  • We will hand out hate crime reporting cards.
  • We will hand out hate crime information.
  • We will talk to passers-by about their experiences.

  • 5 pm - Survivors, friends and family gather at the Admiral Duncan (all welcome)

  • 6 pm - London Gay Men's Chorus outside Admiral Duncan.

  • 6.10 pm - parade/walk round to St Anne's Gardens.
  • Pink Singers Choir (as parade arrives in gardens).
  • Rev Simon Buckley, Welcome by St Anne's Church.
  • Diversity Choir.
  • Mark Healey, 17-24-30 NationalHCAW.
  • Trudy Howson LGBT Poet Laureate will read her poem.
  • Poem by the Moore family.
  • Minutes silence.
  • Pink Singers / London Gay Men's Chorus


We will take some group photos after the event, the gardens will stay open until approximately 7.30 pm for people to pay their respects.

As it is the 20th anniversary we are expecting more interest from the media, Rainbow Films will be filming outside the Admiral Duncan, along Old Compton Street and Wardour Street, and in St Anne's Gardens from a distance (around the perimeter of the gathering - we have asked them not to focus on people close up during the service).

If you have any concerns - please speak to our stewards.

We are asking people to register their intent to attend this event so that we can get a sense of numbers wishing to attend.

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