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WIN! A Storydo Family Storybook

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Storydo is a ground-breaking platform that allows all types of families to tell their unique story and celebrate their family, simply by answering questions and uploading images. The bespoke, hardcover, A4 book captures the child’s story from grandparents, pregnancy, and birth, right through to the family’s best holidays. Storydo books include all the people and […]

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Sacha Polak on Silver Haze

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Screening at BFI Flare later this year, Silver Haze reunites Dutch writer/director Sacha Polak with British actor Vicky Knight. Having worked together on Dirty God in 2019, Sacha Polak’s new film is loosely based on Knight’s own experiences as a child, and explores the confrontation of trauma, the juxtaposition socioeconomic status, and the concept of […]

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Capturing People’s Truth: Anais Stupka

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Anais Stupka is a London-based, Georgian-Italian multimedia artist who grew up in 14 different parts of the world.    Her work was initially influenced by the diversity of beauty she noticed around the world, actively going beyond the surface of beauty that is easily acknowledged to focus more on the beauty that can be challenging […]

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Philip Baldwin meets Adrian Trett

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“It’s a real challenge to be non-binary and open about it in sport.”  Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett is a Liberal Democrat politician and also enthusiastic about sport. Adrian is non-binary, living with HIV and was a gold medallist at the recent Gay Games.   Tell us about non-binary representation in sport.  Within sport, it’s rare for people to be […]

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Fynest Reads: To Cage a God

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To Cage a God combines two things that fascinate me: Russian history and mythology. The book’s backdrop of a brewing people’s revolt against a magically gifted upper class evokes some parallels to the real-world tensions surrounding the decline of the Russian empire and the House of Romanov. However, the story also explores themes around the […]

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Touch-Me-Not: Ian Humphreys 

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Touch-Me-Not  Ian Humphreys     this flower  doesn’t belong  on the canal  hiding  in an airless tunnel  where no-one goes  before dark  rooted  to a thin layer  of dirt  head bowed  butter bloom  an open mouth  that faint smell  of sherbet  when someone  passes  it brushes  a thigh  springs back  against the wall  careful  just one […]

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Daniel Foxx: Villain on Tour

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Fast-rising comedian and social media star Daniel Foxx is taking his acclaimed debut show Villain on tour. It’s a show about growing up in the 1990s and 2000s, getting his revenge on school bullies and realising that the film characters you most identify with are the baddies. Foxx, 29, has been described as ‘utterly hilarious […]

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Micheal Marouli: Angels of The North

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Ahead of the Angels of The North taking place this April, one third of the group and Drag Race finalist Michael Marouli got in touch let us know what we’re in for. We chatted about the unmatched charm of Northern Drag as well as History Month, inprov and of course, world domination.    What can […]

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LGBTQ+ History Month at Royal Museums Greenwich

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Royal Museums Greenwich will once again celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month with a range of events for all ages, including a family festival, an after-hours symposium, and a masquerade ball.     Out at Sea  17 February, 11am-4pm  Visit the National Maritime Museum for the annual Out at Sea festival, celebrating queer maritime history through the ages. […]

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Tuesday at Pegasus Theatre

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Ellie and Ollie are just like any other brother and sister. They fight like mad, Ellie likes toast and Ollie likes cereal, they even support different football teams for goodness sake. They couldn’t have less in common if they tried… but one Tuesday, everything changes. A brand new family play from award winning playwright Tabby […]

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LGBTQ+ Musicians Experiences with Discrimination and Sexual Harassment

Musicians from LGBTQ+ communities face significant barriers and issues relating to discrimination, sexual harassment and concerns around physical, mental and […]

WIN! A Storydo Family Storybook

Storydo is a ground-breaking platform that allows all types of families to tell their unique story and celebrate their family, […]

Military Charity Fighting With Pride Flies The Flag For LGBT History Month

Liverpool’s HMS Eaglet will host a special Veteran’s Pride event this month celebrating the service of LGBT+ veterans and serving personnel in […]

Franco Labia: Space Pride

Queer engineer and founder and president of Space Pride, Franco Labia is on a mission to diversify the space industry, which […]

Sacha Polak on Silver Haze

Screening at BFI Flare later this year, Silver Haze reunites Dutch writer/director Sacha Polak with British actor Vicky Knight. Having […]

Capturing People’s Truth: Anais Stupka

Anais Stupka is a London-based, Georgian-Italian multimedia artist who grew up in 14 different parts of the world.    Her […]

Philip Baldwin meets Adrian Trett

“It’s a real challenge to be non-binary and open about it in sport.”  Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett is a Liberal Democrat politician […]

Fynest Reads: To Cage a God

To Cage a God combines two things that fascinate me: Russian history and mythology. The book’s backdrop of a brewing […]

LGBT+ History Month 2024

The 2024 theme celebrates LGBT+ peoples’ contribution to the field of Medicine and Healthcare both historically and today.  We want […]

Touch-Me-Not: Ian Humphreys 

Touch-Me-Not  Ian Humphreys     this flower  doesn’t belong  on the canal  hiding  in an airless tunnel  where no-one goes  before […]