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BRAVE – London Gay Big Band to launch Abby Road album

The London Gay Big Band (LGBB) has teamed up with thirteen of the UK’s leading vocalists to record their debut album ‘Brave’ at Abbey Road Studios. Tipped to be one of the most exciting jazz releases of the year, the album is a unique collaboration between the LGBT community group and some of the UK’s […]

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Purple Pride in Barcelona, Culture Pride in Madrid

Barcelona and Madrid are ready to host Brazilian like carnival Pride Parades filled with colour, culture, pride celebration and yes, a lot of party. June 27 in Barcelona and July 4 in Madrid, these are the main calendar dates for two of the largest Pride Parades in Europe. With over 200,000 people expected in the […]

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Dekmantel Festival 2015 Announces Night Program

DJ Harvey, Derrick May, Omar S, Surgeon, and Dopplereffekt are amongst the names released for the night program of the Amsterdam based Dekmantel Festival. On Friday the 31st of July, Saturday the 1st and Sunday the 2nd of August, Dekmantel By Night will offer an extensive and complementary night program in Amsterdam’s Melkweg next to […]

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Pre-order the Eurovision digital album now!

Eurovision 2015 album out now While we already know the release date of the physical CD and the DVD for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest, then now you can also pre-order the digital album! The digital album also includes all the 40 competing songs of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest and will be released as […]

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The Saturdays – Living for the weekend

It has been seven years since Una Healy, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford and Vanessa White joined forces to become The Saturdays, in the process becoming one of modern pop music’s great success stories. And now, 18 smash hits later, the band are in the mood to celebrate what counts as genuine longevity in […]

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Same-sex competitive dancing faces ban

Equal rights campaigners have called a potential ban on same-sex ballroom dancing as ‘illegal discrimination’. New rules are being considered by the British Dance Council (BDC) which would mean all major competitions would have rules describing a couple as ‘one man and one woman’. Instead of competing in major events, same-sex dancing couples would have […]

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Erasure announce new album and worldwide tour

THE VIOLET FLAME – OUT SEPT 2014 Erasure (Vince Clarke and Andy Bell) have announced details of a brand new album, The Violet Flame, out on 22 September 2014 with a worldwide tour in autumn. Recorded in New York and London and produced by Richard X, The Violet Flame follows 2013’s critically acclaimed Snow Globe, […]

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Amy Lamé – Not your average 9-5

If you ever wonder where the gay scene is heading, it is worth while taking a look at what Amy Lamé is up to first! Since she started her cabaret nightclub in London in the mid-90s, she has been at the very front tip of London’s queer scene. We took some time to chat to […]

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Russell Watson Returns to St David’s Hall on His UK Tour

St David’s Hall Cardiff, Saturday 22 March 2014 TheUK’s best-selling classical artist Russell Watson has today announced a massiveUKtour March 2014. The tour succeeds Russell’s eagerly awaited new album ‘Only One Man’ which will be released this November. The album and tour features brand new songs, written specially for Russell Watson, by Claude-Michel Schönberg and […]

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Mr Blue Sky jets in to play Cardiff

For twenty years Colin Smith from Magor near Newport performed as Paul McCartney in the highly successful touring show The Bandit Beatles and graced over 1200 stages worldwide, from Hong Kong and South Africa to the Grand ‘Ol Opry in Nashville. Now, in his new creation, Colin portrays Mr Blue Sky himself Jeff Lynne in […]

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Uniting against AIDS

World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in […]

LGBT History Month 2016 Showcase a “Miracle”

The LGBT History Month 2016 Showcase, held in Cambridge at Queens’ College on the evening of Thursday November the 26th […]

Why does religion hate us?

  The religions which don’t condemn homosexuality are few and far between. It seems like religion is the place to […]

Can We Borrow Your Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Bus Please?

The LGBT History Month 2016 Showcase is all set to take place in Cambridge on Thursday, with Labi Siffre, Cyril […]

The philosophy of sexuality

Philosophy takes a long hard look at some of the most fundamental subjects in nature, and so it is natural […]

Trans women Vicky Thompson dies in male prison


A 21 year-old trans woman has been found dead in prison after her partner reports she was distressed at being […]