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PREVIEW: Gilbert & George – THE BEAR PICTURES and their FUCKOSOPHY

White Cube celebrates 50 years of the art of Gilbert & George with a new exhibition across all four galleries at Bermondsey. THE BEARD PICTURES go on show alongside THE...
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REVIEW: Rodelinda @ENO

This is one of the best productions of Rodelinda I’ve seen and the strong Welsh contingent gives it a real Celtic flavour and strength, it’s a three and half hour thumper of a...
Posted On 30 Oct 2017
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REVIEW: An Audience with Armistead Maupin @Theatre Royal

This was an unforgettable evening with the Tales of the City author celebrating the launch of his long-awaited memoir Logical Family. From his early life in the conservative...
Posted On 30 Oct 2017
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Nicola Sturgeon to apologise for historic criminalisation of gay men in Scotland

Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland, is to make a statement of apology to people convicted in the past under Scotland’s historical discriminatory “homosexual offences”...
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REVIEW: Orpheus Caledonius: BREMF

This was a beguiling mix of the 18th century blending with contemporary Scottish folk singing and the talents of Miller and Ozmo which together brought us into a state of...
Posted On 28 Oct 2017
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Martin Fisher Foundation Update

Since its launch two years ago, the Foundation has been working hard with partners to develop the Towards Zero HIV Strategy for Brighton & Hove and has led, with Brighton &...
Posted On 28 Oct 2017
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Autumn issue of Pink Humanist ready to download

The Pink Humanist is an online magazine published by the UK LGBT charity the Pink Triangle Trust (PTT). It features topics of special interest to those who identify as...
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Soho go slow – council leader demands update on Aquarium Terraces

Cllr Warren Morgan, Leader of Brighton & Hove City Council has today (October 24, 2017) written to the leaseholder of the Aquarium Terraces site, Richard Franklin of Brighton...
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Isle of Wight Pride wins right to host UK Pride in 2018

Isle of Wight Pride beat off stiff competition at the UK Pride Organisers Network conference to win the right to host UK Pride in 2018. After a successful UK Pride Organisers...
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Rainbow Fund award record total in grants to local LGBT/HIV groups

Grants totalling £110,688 awarded to local LGBT+ and HIV organisations at the annual Rainbow Fund Grant Awards Ceremony at the Brighton Metropole Hotel on Monday, October 16....
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Polish couple make video of honeymoon trip

Gay couple Jakub Kwiecinski and Dawid Mycek married in Madeira on June 9 because they could not marry in Poland. They filmed their honeymoon trip through Scandinavia and have...
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Rainbow Flag to find permanent home at Stonewall Monument

Rainbow Flag to be dedicated on Wednesday, October 11 at Stonewall National Monument on Manhattan's Christopher Street. The Rainbow Flag, the international symbol of LGBT+...
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Gay hookup site advert causes controversy in Detroit

A billboard for gay hookup site Squirt.org, in Detroit, Michigan, causes controversy and is removed. The billboard, which was located close to the interstate (East McNichols...
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Six Prides bid to host UK Pride 2018

As the LGBT+ Pride season draws to a close in the UK, six Pride organisations have thrown their hat into the ring to host UK Pride in 2018. The first UK Pride took place at...
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‘Out to swim’ swimmers win national medals

Ten Out to Swim swimmers competed in what is known as the UK Gay Games - GLLAM (Gay & Lesbian London Aquatics Meet) at the London Olympic Swimming Pool on September 9. Teams...
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FEATURE: Transitioning with Sugar – I love men, what can I do? asks Sugar Swan

As Eartha Kitt sang during the disco revival of her career in the 1984 title track, 'I love men, what can I do? I love men, they're no good for you'. Never have song lyrics...
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