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Bah! Humbuggers (or Dyke the Halls)

Rose Collis and Vg Lee bring their Christmas offering, Bah! Humbuggers (Or Dyke the Halls) to the Emporium, London Road on Sunday, December 1 and Monday, December 2. Writer,...

How to Survive a Plague

How to Survive a Plague, a documentary about the early years of the AIDS epidemic and the efforts of ACT UP and Treatment Action Group (TAG), will be showing at Duke’s...

Section 28 and the Pre-Launch of LGBT History Month 2014

The people who brought you Schools OUT, LGBT History Month and The Classroom, have announced two separate events to mark the repeal of Section 28 and LGBT History Month 2014...

Through Her Eyes

Through Her Eyes, is a short film campaign started by a transgender woman from North Somerset. The film is attracting a lot of attention for its unusual and innovate portrayal...

Photogenic pooch provides inspiration for book on loss

Martlets supporter, Victoria Bryan, has written a short book about loss, “Jazz Says Goodbye”.  The small, photo led book, describes the process of grief through the eyes of...

Maria Jastrzębska On The Road

Polish born Brighton poet and playwright Maria Jastrzębska, is touring London and the South coast this autumn with readings from her new collection At The Library of Memories...

JOAN RIVERS : Brighton Centre : October 10, 2014

Comedy legend and ‘gay icon’ Joan Rivers will be bringing her show Before they close the lid to Brighton in 2014. 80 year old Joan, ‘the bitch’ with...

Goodbye Dolly!

After 4 years of gracing the stage of Southampton’s London Hotel, Andrew Starks, aka Pat Cruise and Dolly Partem, has decided to hang up his wig for pastures new....

NEIL BARTLETT : Inventing Lives Lecture

Author, director and performer Neil Bartlett, OBE, who was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Arts by the University of Brighton in July this year, will give a public lecture...

Hankie Quilt to be displayed on World AIDS Day

The Hankie Quilt, is a Community Project based in Brighton & Hove to remember those who have been lost to HIV/AIDS and to support those still living. The Quilt will be...

TRANSGENDER SEEKIN: Sunny Drake: Review

An eclectic and heart warming UK premier show presented by Pink Fringe and The Basement. This charming and disarmingly clever young antipodean performer takes us on a no hole...
Posted On 26 Oct 2013

60s legends come to Eastbourne

60s legends The Hollies, are appearing at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, on Wednesday November 6, as part of their extensive We Got the Tunes! tour.   There will be no...

This is me!

Krissie du Cann has an impressive pedigree in show business. She started singing in a skiffle band in 1958 when she was just 14. In 1964 she formed a soul band called Cadillac...

THRILLER LIVE: Lyric Theatre, London: Review

Kat Pope hates Michael Jackson so what the hell is she going to make of THRILLER LIVE's 2000th performance? Prepare to be surprised...
Posted On 25 Oct 2013
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