Ungentle Walking Tour
Huw Lemmey will lead a walking tour across sites in London that relate to historical and fictional stories of spying, from the 1930’s to the present day. This event coincides with Lemmey’s new film Ungentle, produced in collaboration with Onyeka Igwe. This is a special opportunity to visit some of the history-laden landscapes that drive the film, and explore their connections to the emergence of homosexual identity and the development of Britain’s counterintelligence capability in the mid 20th Century.
Lemmey first developed the research towards Ungentle in a walking tour commissioned by Studio Voltaire in 2018.
The tour will last approximately two hours. The majority of the tour will be spent walking or standing. Some seating may be available at certain sites, but is subject to public availability.
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- About Huw Lemmey
Huw Lemmey is an artist and writer. He has published the novels Unknown Language (2020) Red Tory: My Corbyn Chemsex Hell (2019) and Chubz: The Demonization of My Working Arse (2015). With Ben Miller, he hosts the highly-successful podcast Bad Gays, ‘about evil and complicated queers in history’. Their book, Bad Gays: A Homosexual History was recently published by Verso Books. Lemmey writes on digital culture, sexuality and politics for publications including Architectural Review, Icon, Art Monthly, L’Uomo Vogue, The Guardian and The White Review, among others. This new film work has developed directly from a walking tour by Lemmey, commissioned by Studio Voltaire in 2018 as part of the offsite project Rainbow Aphorisms.