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Review: London, Paris, Amsterdam By Jahmar Ngozi

Review: London, Paris, Amsterdam By Jahmar Ngozi

★★★★ 16 July @ The Old Fire Station, Oxford Jahmar Ngozi is not onstage long before paying tribute to tonight’s venue, and its mission of bringing art to people from all backgrounds. Unfortunately, as I applaud the Old Fire Station with Ngozi and the audience, I manage to launch my pen into the next row. Note-taking […]

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“A Legacy for Huddersfield”

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Anniversary of the UK’s first National Pride marked with a new portrait exhibition in Huddersfield The UK’s first ever National Pride took place in Huddersfield on 4 July 1981. To mark the 41st anniversary, a newly-commissioned portrait exhibition by internationally-acclaimed photographer Ajamu X opens in Huddersfield. The free exhibition, entitled The Day The World Came […]

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Dismissed Veterans to March At Pride 50

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On the 1st of July LGBT+ military charity Fighting With Pride announced that LGBT+ Armed Forces veterans have accepted an invitation to march with the ‘Defence’ group which includes the uniformed Armed Forces, at Pride 50 in London.   Veterans will meet Minister of State for Defence Baroness Goldie DL at Wellington Barracks before setting off.    […]

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Lord Etherton as Chair of independent review into impact of Armed Forces ‘gay ban’

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Today [22 June], the Government announced that The Rt Hon The Lord Etherton QC will chair an LGBT Veterans Independent Review into the impact of the decades-long ‘gay ban’ in the military.   The review was launched in January and following the appointment of its Chair it will now begin its year-long investigation. Fighting With Pride, […]

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FORMS OF INTIMACY: A CELEBRATION OF PRIDE

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Forms of Intimacy: A Celebration of Pride explores the concept of intimacy through the works of LGBTQIA+ photographers and artists  The collection will run alongside an online auction at world-famous auctioneers Sotheby’s. Luxury fitness and global lifestyle brand Equinox and Sotheby’s auction house have joined forces to host the ground-breaking exhibition and benefit auction Forms of […]

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GREENE KING WINS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD AT RAINBOW HONOURS

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Leading pub company and brewer Greene King’s LGBTQ+ employee led inclusion group, The Village Greene has been awarded the coveted New Employee Network of the Year Award at The Bank of London Rainbow Honours, held on 1 June. As one of the UK’s biggest LGBTQ+ awards events, The Rainbow Honours celebrates the best of British […]

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WorkPride 2022

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With an increasing number of companies wanting to ensure LGBTQ+ inclusion at work, myGwork’s upcoming WorkPride 2022 is well-timed to help leaders and LGBTQ+ allies create more inclusive workplaces. After a hugely successful event last year, attracting over 20,000 delegates from around the world, the LGBTQ+ professional networking platform myGwork returns with an action-packed WorkPride […]

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Pride in Education

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5th Pride in Education conference set to combat prejudice and champion LGBTIQA+ inclusion. The international Pride in Education conference is back, with the 5th edition seeing its first in-person event accompanying the online stream. For this event, the conference has over 25 contributors spread over 15 sessions, and offers practical tools to combat prejudice and […]

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Fynest Reads: Mostly Books

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An Award-Winning Independent Bookshop, Mostly Books, based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire got in touch for this edition’s Fynest Reads. They shared with us their favourite LGBTQIA+ literature, from Fiction to non, and old to new.   Nonfiction   Bad Gays: A Homosexual History by Huw Lemmey, Ben Miller  ISBN: 9781839763274 Price: £20.00 Following on from their […]

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Understanding The Conversion Therapy Ban

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What is Conversion Therapy?   Conversion therapy tries to change someone’s sexual orientation or gender identity. The ‘therapy’ itself can look wildly different place-to-place as people who force it on others don’t really know what they’re doing. Some of these might look like:   pseudo-scientific counselling sessions  pain-inducing “aversion therapy”  being induced to ingest “purifying” substances  threatening […]

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Ginny Lemon at The Jolly Farmers, Oxford

Ahead of their show at The Jolly Farmers, Oxford – and amidst a UK drought – Ginny Lemon talks to […]

Review: How to live a jellicle life

30 July @ Old Fire Station, Oxford  “Show some respect,” Linus Karp scolds a laughing spectator. He’s got a point, […]

Sea Wall comes to Margate Pride 2022

The first queer production of critically-acclaimed Sea Wall will premiere at the Turner Contemporary in collaboration with Margate Pride this […]

Review: London, Paris, Amsterdam By Jahmar Ngozi

★★★★ 16 July @ The Old Fire Station, Oxford Jahmar Ngozi is not onstage long before paying tribute to tonight’s venue, […]

“A Legacy for Huddersfield”

Anniversary of the UK’s first National Pride marked with a new portrait exhibition in Huddersfield The UK’s first ever National […]

Pride In Newbury

Corn Exchange Newbury is excited to announce Pride in Newbury, a LGBTQ+ film festival programmed in association with Newbury Pride, […]

Dismissed Veterans to March At Pride 50

On the 1st of July LGBT+ military charity Fighting With Pride announced that LGBT+ Armed Forces veterans have accepted an […]

Lord Etherton as Chair of independent review into impact of Armed Forces ‘gay ban’

Today [22 June], the Government announced that The Rt Hon The Lord Etherton QC will chair an LGBT Veterans Independent […]

The UK Prison System on Stage

Cell Outs is a dark comedy written and performed by two ex-prison officers. It follows the true experiences of two […]

FORMS OF INTIMACY: A CELEBRATION OF PRIDE

Forms of Intimacy: A Celebration of Pride explores the concept of intimacy through the works of LGBTQIA+ photographers and artists […]