- This article is about the former group in London. For the current group in Manchester, see Icebreakers Manchester.
Icebreakers was a support group for gay men and lesbians. It was founded in 1973 . , and ran until about 1984 from premises in Brixton .Micky Burbidge was an active member of Icebreakers. Icebreakers ran a disco at the Prince Albert and then from summer 1979 at the Hemingford Arms in London every Friday evening . Antony Grey (1992) states that Icebreakers was 'an offshoot of the GLF (Gay Liberation Front) anti-psychiatry group.
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- Gay News no 46 1974 'Icebreakers celebrate their first anniversary Happy Birthday' was the headline on the front page
- Out of the Shadows, Chapter 15. The start year for Icebreakers is given as 1971 in an article in Mister Vol 3 no 4
- Capital Gay 17 July 1981 listings. Admission was 30p. The disco was held upstairs at the pub. A 12 minute audio recording done at the Hemingford Arms at an Icebreakers disco in 1982 is held at the British Library (Catalogue C586/319)
- Antony Grey (1992) p 181 Quest for Justice; Towards Homosexual Emancipation (Sinclair-Stevenson;London) ISBN 1 85619 155 9