SQUAWK, Salisbury Arts Centre’s LGTBQIA festival, returns for a second year from Monday, with an appearance by campaigner Peter Tatchell.

The festival opens with three performances of Penguins, a story based on the true story of two male chinstrap penguins at New York’s Central Zoo who together hatched and raised an abandoned chick.

On Tuesday Tom Freshwater of the National Trust will talk about the challenges of choosing to explore LGBTQ histories connected with its places in 2017.

The discussion will touch on the experience of introducing a new way of ‘Challenging History’ to such a large and well-established institution.

Folk singer, songwriter Grace Petrie performs on Wednesday as part of SQUAWK, delivering her unique take on life, love and politics.

Thursday sees the screening of God’s Own Country, the film they’re calling British Brokeback Mountain. Set in the heart of rural Yorkshire, it follows farm labourer Johnny and Romanian migrant Gheorghe as an intense relationship forms between them.