Have you heard of Queer Acts of Resistance? The photography project aims to share the voices of the LGBTQ+ community through beautiful photos… Queer Acts of Resistance is an on-going portrait series which aims to celebrate and join the dots of disparity under the umbrella of queerness. View this post on Continue Reading
Annabelszki hosts a live stream cabaret show featuring an array of performers from a range of genres: comedy, character and drag await you! In challenging times, we need to escape, engage, connect, laugh and be entertained. Live streamed via Zoom, the audience will be able to interact with performers. Debut show on Tues Continue Reading
Top image by Susan Grace Hinman Brighton based Zora has a unique, captivating and soulful voice which complements perfectly her spellbinding renditions of cherry-picked covers (including Tracy Chapman, Tori Amos, LP, Adele, Aretha Franklin, KT Tunstall, Alanis Morrisette, Queen) interspersed with charming and unforgettable originals. The prolific singer-songwriter performs with guitar Continue Reading
51 years after the Stonewall riots in America, we have gay marriage and many other rights, so why would someone make a film about the last 50 years of LGBT rights or lack of them? Director, Ashley Joiner’s boyfriend’s mum told him exactly why. As a millennial, mid 20’s, young gay Continue Reading
In which Rob Harkavy talks music, isolation and much much more with Britain’s smallest rock star.
Singer-Songwriter and LGBTQ+ activist, Ryan Cassata, just dropped his new album, The Witches Made Me Do It. The folk-rock concept album brings difficult topics to life, such as the oppression of minority groups. As The Witches Made Me Do It is Ryan’s way of challenging a tense political climate, he has Continue Reading
Following the inevitable cancellation of her Same Sky anniversary show at the Dundee Rep, Horse McDonald has taken to social media to announce a 40 minute Facebook Live event. Kick off is at 7.30pm tonight (19th March) on Horse’s Facebook page right here. And if you can’t stand the wait, get Continue Reading
Image: Dr Pam with Steven Smith & Denise Welch Rob Harkavy interviews Dr Pam Spurr following the psychologists’s inaugural, star-studded art exhibition in London for International Women’s Day. But before we lash on with the interview, here’s a sneak preview of some of Dr Pam’s wonderful and inspiring artwork. Most people know you Continue Reading
Five Films For Freedom, the world’s largest LGBTIQ+ digital campaign, starts today – marking six years of broadcasting five brand new LGBTIQ+ films to countries around the world, including those where homosexuality remains illegal. In this continuing creative partnership, the British Council makes five short films from the BFI Flare: London Continue Reading
God knows we could all do with cheering up right now and, let’s face it, good friends are more important than ever. Back in May 2019, everyone’s favourite itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny popstrel Lots Holloway released this. Enjoy!