BOOK REVIEW: Warwick Rowers Signature Edition

These lads are huge in all sorts of ways and this massive hefty well stuffed and high quality book reflects the hard work and dedication that these handsome lads put into...
Posted On 27 Mar 2017

BOOK REVIEW: An Odd Sock Story: Rose & Jan Hart, Elvira Grassia,

This charming and fun children’s story uses its engaging narrative to respectfully addresses some of the most challenging social issues of today, while its imaginative,...
Posted On 23 Mar 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Difficult Women: Roxane Gay

Gay takes us on a rollercoaster of lives, each seemingly dark but bursting with the light of strength, endurance and passion that allow the protagonists to rise above their...
Posted On 13 Mar 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Somebody to Love The Life, Death and Legacy of Freddie Mercury

The death of this vibrant and spectacularly talented rock star shook the world of medicine as well as the world of music. Somebody to Love finally puts the record straight...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017

BOOK REVIEW: The Life and Treasures of Collector Charles Leslie: Kevin Clarke

The Art of Looking The Life and Treasures of Collector Charles Leslie Kevin Clarke Have you heard of Charles Leslie? Thomas Mann pinched his butt. He has the biggest penis...
Posted On 31 Jan 2017

LGBT HISTORY MONTH: Cambridge Event: ‘Gay in the 80s’ looks back on a pivotal era in the LGBT movement’s history

Ahead of LGBT History Month, Colin Clews sheds new light on the LGBT experience in the 1980s in his new book Gay in the 80s.

Joe Orton’s plays retyped onto single sheet of paper to commemorate 50th anniversary of his death

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Leicester-born playwright Joe Orton, performance artist Tim Youd will retype his Collected Plays on a single sheet of paper...

BOOK REVIEW: A Little Gay History: Desire and Diversity Across the World

How old is the oldest chat-up line between men? Who was the first 'lesbian'? Were ancient Greek men who had sex together necessarily 'gay'? And what did Shakespeare think...
Posted On 23 Jan 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Mentaiko Itto Poster Book:

You can’t imagine Japan’s manga scene without Mentaiko Itto’s strange but funny gay mangas. Bruno Gmünder publishes his works for the first time in English, introducing him to...
Posted On 20 Jan 2017

Local author to give two talks on ‘The Trials of Colonel Barker’

Writer and performer Rose Collis will give two talks about her book Colonel Barker’s Monstrous Regiment and the new stage play she is writing, based on the book.

BOOK REVIEW: Gay Novels of Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth, A Reader’s Guide

Gay Novels of Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth, A Reader’s Guide Drewey Wayne Gunn  A book about books, what meta fun! While American gay fiction has received...
Posted On 17 Jan 2017

PREVIEW: The Bad Book Project with Jane Postlethwaite

The Bad Book Project is a free monthly night in Brighton that involves really funny people reading from very bad books.
Posted On 16 Jan 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Upstream: Mary Oliver

Upstream follows Oliver as she contemplates the pleasure of artistic labour, her boundless curiosity for the flora and fauna that surround her, and the responsibility she has...
Posted On 10 Jan 2017

Do you want to stage an event during LGBT History Month in Brighton?

The Brighton & Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum have been busy over the Christmas Holiday assembling the B Right On Festival of events for LGBT History Month and would like...