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How to Be 🌈(in Vegas)

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To mark the Transgender Day of Visibility on 31 March 2022, Las Vegas released the first episode of its brand new four part social media series celebrating inclusivity, diversity and equality.  It is now available to view on Instagram, Tik Tok, YouTube, and visitlasvegas.com. The show is hosted by Las Vegas’ very own Kataluna Enriques, […]

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Travis Alabanza: Fun Selfish Desire

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Theatre Royal Stratford East’s Burn It Down is a series of six newly commissioned script-in-hand performances about urgent political issues. Each short play will be a stand-alone scrutiny, calling out injustice and interrogating the systems that wield power. One such piece is I’m tired of waiting, pass me the duct tape, about two trans girls […]

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Anthony Stevens – is a textile artist

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Stevens describes a pivotal ‘breakdown’ – more as a ‘breakthrough’ moment in his life, when he was sorting the disjointed parts of himself, he started sorting parts of fabric strips, stitching together and organising himself and his art, using it not only as a form of therapy but of self-expression. A self-taught artist, he was […]

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The Values of Real Brighton

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Brighton takes centre stage in a new book from Red Dog Press. New Brighton by Helen Trevorrow is an action-packed speculative thriller set in Brighton’s near future. It follows the life of waitress, Robyn Lockhart after a mysterious ship runs aground on Brighton beach during a vicious storm. While the city on the sea comes […]

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Come in, Oxford

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Katy Owen is a graduate of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where she read contemporary performance practice: writing for performance, a course that saw her work with the likes of queer theatre company Milk Presents and write a five-minute solo performance about masturbation (entitled Viv after the vibrator in the piece). The […]

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LGBT Adoption and Fostering Week

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The latest data from the Adoption and Special Guardianship Leadership Board (the ASGLB), published last week, has shown a decline in the number of adoptions since 2015, with children waiting longer to be placed with a family. But as we mark LGBT+ Adoption & Fostering Week from the 7 to 11 of March, it’s time […]

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Diverse Matters

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Diverse Matters is a diversity and inclusion consultancy that works with organisations within the UK and globally to embed diversity and inclusion within their practices.  We use a tailored approach to ensure that the services required meets the specific needs of the organisation and is fit for purpose as ‘one size does not fit all’. […]

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Pride’s Got Talent Returns For 10th Spectacular Year

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Pride In London announces today the return of Pride’s Got Talent in 2022. Celebrating 10 years of elevating LGBT+ talent, the extremely popular competition  opens for applications today. Heats will commence in April across the capitals many LGBT+ venues – stay tuned for dates and locations. The final will again take place in the West […]

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Scarlett Harlett: Playing on Paradise

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“I wish I had someone,” Scarlett Harlett light-heartedly tells Sam Bennett on Valentine’s Day, “I don’t even have my animals, they’re all at my mum’s, so I’m completely alone right now – except for talking to you, of course.” A contestant on the third series of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK, where she placed in the […]

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New National Cervical Screening Campaign Launches

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The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), with the support of NHS England and NHS Improvement, has launched a major new national campaign, Help Us Help You – Cervical Screening Saves Lives, to increase the number of those eligible attending their cervical screening. The campaign is being supported by The National LGB&T Partnership, the LGBT Foundation and […]

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Review: Somewhere to Belong

4 STARS  Somewhere to belong was a brilliantly witty and clever exploration of societal views on bisexuality and the implications […]

Review: The Mountaintop

Boni Adeliyi stands at the front of The Theatre Chipping Norton stage, reeling off a plethora of names from Black […]

Songs of Queer Women

When banks and sandwich shops have more pride than we do, where can we go to be with our tribe? It’s […]

Understanding The Conversion Therapy Ban

What is Conversion Therapy?   Conversion therapy tries to change someone’s sexual orientation or gender identity. The ‘therapy’ itself can look […]

Pride and Kink at Battersea

Having spent a lifetime being an inspiration to others, queer, Crip (disabled) artist Dan Daw is finally seizing the moment […]

Trixie Mattel: “GROWN UP” Re-scheduled Tour

She’s back, Drag Queen, musician, stand up comedian, entertainer, entrepreneur. After a successful UK tour in 2018, All Stars 3 winner Trixie […]

The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs

It’s 2022. There’s a rainbow flag in every high street window – and no lesbian bar.   Enter The Ministry […]

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Comes to New Theatre Cardiff

PERFORMANCES BEGIN ON TUESDAY 3RD MAY  Michael Harrison and the Really Useful Group are delighted to announce that direct from […]

Tropicana Queer Comedy Cabaret makes its Oxford Debut

Join queer cabaret icon and performance tour-de-force Aidan Sadler as they take you on the award winning journey to Tropicana!   […]

Finding Somewhere to Belong

Somewhere To Belong, a funny and gloriously unsubtle theatre show about bisexuality that amplifies the voices of those who are […]