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THE AMERICAN PLAN: St James Theatre, London: Review

Richard Greenberg’s wryly comic 1960s-set drama about a rich German-Jewish émigré family’s summer in the American Catskills makes its transfer from Bath to the St...
Posted On 09 Jul 2013

Brighton artist shortlisted for Cork Street open exhibition

Brighton-based conceptual artist eel has been shortlisted for this year’s Cork Street Open Exhibition, which takes place in London on August 9. The artist, whose work...

New film to focus on gay parenting in the UK

A new film focusing on gay parenting in the UK has been commissioned by Square Peg Media, the publisher of gay magazines G3 and Out in the City. Producer Violet Productions,...

All Saints Hove: Lunchtime recital programme

All Saints Church in Hove will be presenting a series of Jazz recitals during their Wednesday Lunchtime Recitals in July and September. The programmes include: Magdalena...

Up4aMeet, Dreamboy?

There’s no doubting Big Brother hunk Benedict Garrett is a dreamboy. No, really, he IS actually a Dreamboy, with a capital D, although stripping and contorting for a...
Posted On 08 Jul 2013

York Lesbian Arts Festival 2013

This year’s York Lesbian Arts Festival, an event to promote LGBTQ artists, will take place at The Guildhall, St Helen’s Square, York on Saturday, August 10 from...

Trans benefit at The Prince Albert

There is a fundraising gig at The Prince Albert on Friday, August 5 to benefit Gendered Intelligence, an organisation who support young trans people. The event, an...

Kat calls!

Hello again m’dears. So my much-vaunted weekly column of ‘stuff I’ve been up to’ came to a grinding halt over a fortnight ago as I got a touch of the...
Posted On 06 Jul 2013

Rose Collis in ‘Trouser-wearing characters’: Emporium

Trouser-wearing characters, written and performed by Rose Collis, is a unique mixture of music, history and comedy — an irresistible blend of stories, vignettes and songs...

MindOut for Laughs!

MindOut for Laughs returns once again to the Komedia this year on Wednesday, July 31 at 7.30pm for “another night of polished Pride entertainment” featuring Dolly...

The Marlborough Theatre: Mazloom

Mazloom, a play based on true stories of young refugees, will play at The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton on Friday, July 5 at 7.30pm. Presented by Royal Holloway, University...

Scarlett’s Roses play Brighton Pride

Scarlett’s Roses, a live pop-ska band hailing from South London, will be taking to the main stage at this year’s Brighton Pride on Saturday, August 3. With...

Boeing Boeing: Devonshire Park, Eastbourne: Review

In the Devonshire Theatre and Talking Scarlet’s latest offering, a 1960’s Marc Camoletti farce called Boeing Boeing, we get to live the impossible dream: well,...
Posted On 03 Jul 2013

Two weeks of queer culture in London

The Festival of Neighbourhood is staging a series of Queer events during July and August in London. The first, Queering Voices, takes place Thursday, July 11-Saturday, July 13...
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