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Switchboard met Bridget at the Matador late 70s


Fortunately Bridget somehow got hold of the number of the in the late seventies. They said “Come along and have a drink”. This was an important moment for her as volunteers arranged to meet her at the monthly at the , in the near St Martins, which she describes as “A ghastly sixties concrete building”. She thought there was about an hour on a Tuesday when Switchboard met up with new lesbians. As the Matador became known as a lesbian venue, it got a reputation for incidents where people got beaten up outside.

Contributed by: Bridget Malin, 62

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