Gay Day

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Gay Days (long before Larry Grayson's catch phrase) were a type of informal celebration organised by GLF in the early 1970s, involving street theatre and games. They were held in public parks such as Holland Park, Hyde Park, and Victoria Park.[1]

References

  1. No Bath but Plenty of Bubbles pp 106–108.