Bang Bang Romeo’s Anastasia Walker chats coming out, Ru Paul’s Drag Race and Sofar Sounds

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“Growing up it was me, myself and I – I didn’t have any role models; I had to have that belief in myself BY EMILY EATON A “global community creating intimate gigs for artists and music lovers” Sofar Sounds is – if you haven’t already been – a bloody great way to spend an evening. It’s an [….]

#NoKids?

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Join this post-show panel for a discussion on same-sex parenting and homophobic bullying at Battersea Art Centre BY BATTERSEA ARTS CENTRE No Kids is the latest thought-provoking, autobiographical play from the multi award-winning Bristol-based company, Ad Infinitum, where the characters ask: “Should we have kids, or not?” A real-life, same-sex couple, Nir and George try to [….]

REVIEW: Sarah Keyworth at Soho Theatre

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“Neatly fastened in by her top button, this is a comedian with a sense of humour that’s as sharp as her enviable undercut” BY BRODIE CRELLIN “Who likes unisex toilets?” Sarah Keyworth asks the crowd. A divisive question, particularly at the moment. (Personally I love them. Not only are there less queues, but it feels [….]

Stella Duffy confirmed for DIVA Lit Festival

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The bestselling author joins Festival roster for March 2019 event – have you got your tickets yet? Stella Duffy OBE, author of 16 novels, 60 short stories and 10 plays, is just one of the celebrated writers participating in this year’s DIVA Literary Festival.  Taking place at the Hilton Metropole at Birmingham’s NEC over the weekend of 15-17 March 2019, DIVA Lit [….]

Bird La Bird’s Queer People’s History Show: A hilarious, accessible and eye-opening evening

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 “It’s a hugely important insight into LGBTQ+ history that’ll leave you both enlightened and angry” BY ELEANOR NOYCE The great milestones made by the LGBTQI+ community with regards to equality and acceptance mean that, more often than not, queer history is left by the wayside. Despite movements by the contemporary government towards a more inclusive [….]