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Sidney & Friends on Prime

Sidney & Friends on Prime

Sidney & Friends is now available on Amazon Prime Video, after more than 100 screenings in 28 countries, and winning 13 Best Documentary Awards (plus 11 additional nominations). Following its world premiere at the prestigious BFI Flare: London’s LGBTQ+ Festival (on 22 March 2018), feature documentary Sidney & Friends went on a two-year-long international film […]

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Klinko Sells Archive of Celebrity Photos for NHS COVID-19 Appeal

Klinko Sells Archive of Celebrity Photos for NHS COVID-19 Appeal

Acclaimed photographer, Markus Klinko is selling his ENTIRE archive of photographs, featuring everybody from David Bowie, Lady Gaga and Billie Eilish to Beyoncé and Kate Winslet, to raise funds for NHS Charities Together, as part of Taglialatella Galleries’ Art for Relief campaign from 16-22 April. Klinko famously shot David Bowie’s last, large-scale shoot before his […]

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Time to #BeKandid

Time to #BeKandid

Back in February we attended the sex-positive launch party of gender-free sex toy company Kandid, which is on a mission to bring adult toys into the mainstream as an inclusive and shame-free sexual wellness tool. The company’s founders Josh and Greg are aiming to tackle the stigma around sexual pleasure and aim to change judgemental […]

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LOVE IS NOT CANCELLED

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A campaign to support the LGBTQ+ over 50s community that are most at risk, supported by queer nightlife Little Gay Brother and Opening Doors London have teamed up to shine a light on how the current crisis is affecting vulnerable members of the LGBTQ+ community and raise much needed proceeds to support those at risk. […]

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Milk Teeth: Health First, Band Second

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“It’s a weird time,” says Becky Blomfield, a week before the release of Milk Teeth’s eponymous second album. COVID-19 has seen the punk rock trio cancel live gigs for now, “the right thing to do,” the singer/bassist states, “because we don’t want to contribute to travelling and spreading. But it’s definitely uncertain times for people […]

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A Journey to Jupiter

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Stopping the Stigmas of Sex-Work Originally doing adult performance to support his undergraduate degree, for Enby Jupiter, it has become so much more. What was once a hobby has now blossomed into a passion, filling him with confidence and allowing him to inspire others. Describing himself as politically-driven, his new stage show From My Bedroom […]

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Love, Difference and the Soul of Oxford

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Queer Art For Everyone Jack Smith is a self-taught artist, taking inspiration from the beauty of Oxford and its LGBTQ+ community. The 23-year-old’s work is currently part of the Queering Spires exhibition, his depiction of the Dragprov Revue – drag double act Christian Adore and Eaton Messe – just one of the pieces decorating the […]

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Nathaniel Hall: Letting Go of a Secret

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Actor and theatre-maker Nathaniel Hall, spoke to us in the middle of his tour of First Time, an autobiographical theatrical piece about how his first sexual experience at the age of 16 resulted in him contracting HIV. First Time seeks to educate and eradicate the stigma which comes along with Aids and HIV, which Nathaniel […]

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A School where the Children (can) wear the Trousers.

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 Georgia Butler My school years don’t feel that long ago. Ok, perhaps they weren’t, but primary school certainly was and the lingering impression of my charming nickname refuses to budge. Ginger Gay. Ginger Gay. Really. I suppose I do appreciate the alliteration, and the sentiment certainly proved accurate, but hindsight doth not wipeth my tears […]

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“We need to make sure this history is kept alive”

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Green Carnation Company Presents: My Night With Reg A fresh production of Kevin Elyot’s My Night With Reg, which premiered at London’s Royal Court in 1994, will tour to selected venues across the North and Midlands this spring. Funny, sad and sweet, Elyot’s groundbreaking comedy about the relationships of a group of gay men and […]

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Welsh University of the Year 2022

Cardiff University has been named Welsh University of the Year in The Times & The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022. […]

Where could a career with the MDP take you?

The Ministry of Defence Police delivers a specialist armed policing service, to protect the nation’s defences and national infrastructure. From […]

Fighting With Pride: Cenotaph

LGBT+ veterans to remember the fallen at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday for the first time .  It has been announced that […]

PALAVER Festival

A pioneering new LGBTQ+ arts festival specifically for children and families comes to Cambridge Junction 10am-5pm, Thursday 28th October, 2021.    Fatt Projects and Cambridge Junction present PALAVER Festival, […]

WE ARE READY TO OPEN ONCE MORE!

MONDAY 20 – SATURDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2021   The iconic hit musical Priscilla has more glitter than ever before, featuring a dazzling array […]

Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert

At the New Theatre Oxford until Saturday 28 th August A standing ovation is how Priscilla Queen of the Desert concluded last […]

Glow Your Own

Cj Zangerle Murray is an Argentine/English queer, trans, visual artist, musician and educator based in the North East, with an […]

From Caliban to Batman

Shakespeare and superheroes with Inua Ellams Born in Nigeria, Inua Ellams is a UK-based poet, playwright and performer who has written for […]

Illustrating LGBTQ+ Lives

Didcot’s Cornerstone Arts Centre have been working with illustrator Jess Bolam to shine a light on the experiences of Oxfordshire’s LGBTQ+ community. Following a series of […]

Lucy Spraggan On Choices, Childhood and Chocolate

English Singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan has come a long way since appearing on the X-Factor back in 2012. Now approaching the release of her […]