We’re thrilled to announce that OutNews Global has been named an Official Media Partner of the Bi-Fi Festival, the online extravaganza taking place on Saturday 20th June.
The free-to-access More Films for Freedom debuts on 15 June with three short films exploring LGBTIQ+ stories commissioned by the British Council, BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival and BFI NETWORK.
With LGBT+ communities more isolated and divided than ever under lockdown, Pride in London – the UK’s largest Pride event – is launching a brand new digital community hub to galvanise people into making much-needed ‘Acts of Allyship’ for those in other LGBT+ groups.
myGwork, is launching its first global online five-day conference ‘WorkPride’ in place of postponed or cancelled flagship LBGTQ+ events including Pride.
Amnesty International, UK Black Pride, Stonewall and ParaPride are bringing Pride celebrations inside this year with Pride Inside.
In the last week I have been unfairly represented in the press regarding DIVA pulling support for Virtual Pride.
South London charity Wandsworth Oasis have teamed up with comedian Lucien Jack to celebrate the best of international comedy with a new online show called Stayathomeovision! Taking place online on Friday 17th April 2020 from 7pm to 8pm, 12 London based comedians from different national backgrounds will perform 3 minute live 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
Let microscopic popstrel Lots Holloway help you through the grind of quarantine by tuning into her live, online gig at 7pm tonight, Wednesday 25th March. For more info and to set a reminder so you don’t miss out on the biggest free concert since The Beatles played live on the roof Continue Reading
It is with a heavy heart that Pride in London is announcing the postponement of the Parade and associated events that were due to take place on Saturday 27th June 2020, with a new date to be announced in due course. This decision has been taken in light of the current Continue Reading