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Charity fun day at Doctor Brightons

The TIA Charitable Foundation teams up with Doctor Brightons to bring you a fun filled day to help raise awareness and funds for valuable conservation and community projects...
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REVIEW: How the Other Half Loves @ Theatre Royal

Rather like his recently revived Relatively Speaking, Alan Ayckbourn’s play is a farcical look at an affair and the tortured results of covering it up. The intricate web of...
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Smiley Sunday comedy night at Dr Brightons

Smiley Sunday Comedy NIght is about to hit double figures and will be celebrating in fine style at Doctor Brightons, Brighton on December 17! This Smiley Sunday is the closing...
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MUSIC PREVIEW: Neon Moon by Matthew Callow

Neon Moon is a gay love song and the title track of the new album by British synth-pop artist Matthew Callow. The album is due for release early in 2018 and features forty...
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Hugo Michiels print to raise money for THT

An exclusive print of the old pier entitled Fly Past by local photographer Hugo Michiels will be raffled on Friday, December 1 during the annual Charles Street, World Aids Day...
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PREVIEW: Get Therapy

On Wednesday, November 22, the Latest Music Bar will host a single special performance of Danielle Imara’s GET THERAPY, a brand new show about her own experiences of addiction...
Posted On 18 Nov 2017
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LGBT History month launches in Liverpool

On Wednesday, November 9 representatives from Liverpool’s LGBT+ communities came together at the Museum of Liverpool for the national launch of LGBT History Month 2018.
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BOOK REVIEW: Your Silence Will Not Protect You by Audre Lorde 

Her lyrical and incisive prose takes on sexism, racism, homophobia, and class; reflecting struggle but ultimately offering messages of hope that remain ever-more trenchant...
Posted On 15 Nov 2017
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REVIEW: The Kite Runner @Theatre Royal

It’s a hard look at the chaos of the unleashing of hugely destructive violent social prejudice from the perspective of a small close nit family. Its use of personal...
Posted On 15 Nov 2017
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Isle of Wight Pride and Winter Pride announce new arts initiative

Isle of Wight Pride, who recently won the right to stage UK Pride 2018, and Winter Pride, announce new arts initiative featuring local artists from the Isle of Wight, and...
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REVIEW: Jake Shears @Heaven

There are gigs where you can feel a collective audience groan as the artist you’ve adored for years introduces another new song from their forthcoming solo album. Jake Shears...
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FEATURE: Friends Like These 

Carol Decker and T’Pau may seem an unlikely band of gay icons, but in 1987 they and their music were my gay teenage saviours. The album Bridge of Spies, now celebrating its...
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REVIEW: CHRISTMAS ORATORIO: BREMF

This evening’s music was superb, it’s almost as if the BREMF was saving the best till last but this year’s programme has excelled in the quality of its music and tonight was...
Posted On 14 Nov 2017
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REVIEW: TALES IN MUSIC: THE PIGEON AND THE ALBATROSS: Little Baroque Company

TALES IN MUSIC: THE PIGEON AND THE ALBATROSS Little Baroque Company The room was full of rows of expectant children and the parents in a semi circle everyone excited. The room...
Posted On 13 Nov 2017
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