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Road Scholar Launches LGBT-Themed Learning Adventures

The Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender (LGBT) community and their families, friends and allies around the world have worked hard for decades to achieve equal treatment under the law and basic civil and human rights in society. June is LGBT Pride Month, when the world will come together to promote gay pride with parades, marches and recognition of the impact the LGBT community has made on the world. Road Scholar, the not-for-profit world leader in educational travel for adults, is offering two new learning adventures in London that explore the influence of gays in the arts as well as how England celebrates gay pride.

"Road Scholar has created two important learning adventures that explore how members of the LGBT community have contributed to our culture and to society at large," said James Moses, President and CEO of Road Scholar. "Participants will learn from renowned experts about events that changed history and impact the lives of millions of people."

A Transatlantic Voyage to Discover London’s LGBT Arts Scene

There’s a unique relationship between the visual arts and the gay community. On this learning adventure aboard the Queen Mary 2, one of Road Scholar’s most popular theater experts, Giles Ramsay, explores the perspective of gay men and their influence on London’s theatre scene. In particular, this program will explore London’s prominent arts scene at galleries, theaters and museums from the unique perspective of the LGBT community.

 

To learn more about Into the London Arts Scene: A Gay Perspective on Queen Mary 2, please visit: www.roadscholar.org/22997

England celebrates gay pride with some of the best festivals in the world. Join Road Scholar’s expert-led immersion into London’s legendary theatre scene through the historic streets of Soho and attend world-class cabaret and theatre performances. Participants on this 10-night program stay at a four-star hotel and have the opportunity to explore the city on their own.

 

To learn more about Pride in England: Celebrate in London & Brighton!, please visit www.roadscholar.org/22985.

About Road Scholar

Road Scholar is the nation’s largest educational travel organization for adults – a true university of the world. This not-for-profit educational organization offers 5,500 extraordinary learning adventures in 150 countries and 50 states. Road Scholars are immersed in a variety of educational activities, enlisting renowned faculty and experts who offer insider access not available to most individuals. Dedicated to making educational travel available to everyone, Road Scholar offers financial aid for those who otherwise could not participate in its programs.

Road Scholar educational adventures are created by Elderhostel, the not-for-profit world leader in educational travel for adults since 1975. To learn more, please visit press.roadscholar.org or check our blog at https://discussion.roadscholar.org/b/blog.