The BBC said they wanted to commission more LGBT TV shows and will air a two-part gay love drama from best-selling author Patrick Gale.
By Meg-John Barker
The bisexual community rarely ever gets heard amidst the flurry of media attention to others within the LGBT acronym, but Alicia Champion is set to change that.
What if you’re holding a gun? What if you’re holding a gun and you’re six-years-old? You can’t possibly know that killing someone is forever. Can you?
A compelling art exhibition is soon to open which explores the lives of Cumbrian lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people in their 60s.
Following on the heels of its sold out world premiere screening at BFI Flare, DAWN, the latest film from trans wunderkind Jake Graf, has been selected into the world’s largest and oldest LGBT film festival – Frameline.
We are very pleased to announce that food blogger and campaigner Jack Monroe has joined OutNews Global as our new Arts and Culture Editor.
Tate Britain has announced a new show for the Autumn titled ‘Queer British Art’ which is scheduled to mark the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of male homosexuality in Britain.
An inspirational new play about the struggles and triumphs of lesbians and gay men who have fled to the UK from persecution.
From the opening scene, this curiously uplifting inhuman drama is so much more than your typical vampire story. The stage adaptation of John Ajvide Lindqvist’s novel is a masterpiece of plot and character interwoven with current reality.