More than 400 people attended the annual Loudest Whispers exhibition launch at St Pancras Hospital on Friday 7 February, with this year’s theme: ‘A Midwinter Night’s Dream’ as part of the 2020 LGBT+ History Month celebrations.
The Gallery and Conference Hall at St Pancras Hospital was filled with staff, service users and the wider community including the Mayor of Camden, Maryam Eslamdoust and Deputy Mayor of Islington, Troy Gallagher.
The evening, which was organised by The Arts Project and supported by Forum+ featured music, comedy and the arts inspired by the theme of ‘Poetry, Prose and Plays’ and entertainment from award winning performer of cabaret and comedy, Xnthony and Mark T Cox, and up and coming poet, Keith Jarrett.
Jackie Smith, Trust Chair at C&I, said on the evening: “This is my first week as Chair at C&I and what a way to finish it off! I really want to thank all the artists for showcasing their outstanding pieces of art, and to Peter Herbert – what an outstanding job this man does! When I arrived tonight I just couldn’t believe the amount of people here so thank you for giving up your time to come this evening.”
The exhibition is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm in The Gallery, West Wing, St Pancras Hospital until Thursday 9 April 2020.