As we find ourselves in the midst of a global pandemic, now seems as good a time as any to remember another incurable virus which wrought havoc across the globe.
American Idol alumna and friend of OutNewsGlobal Erin Kirby’s latest release does exactly what a pop song is supposed to do: to encapsulate emotion in three short minutes.
When The Telegraph and the Mail join the almost universal condemnation of a Conservative government, you know that something serious is going down.
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
Yesssssss! Boy George’s new single Clouds is out now. I always get a bit nervous when one of my fave popsters from Back In The Day releases new material in middle age. Will it be any good? Will his voice hold up? Will my memories of his heyday be forever tarnished? I needn’t Continue Reading
When you’re sitting down to watch a one woman show written by Jonathan Harvey with original music from Pet Shop Boys, and when the one woman in question is Frances Barber, expectations are bound to be high. Mine, at least, were stratospheric and, thankfully, Musik did not disappoint. Barber, as the Continue Reading
Oh yes we did! We’ve only gone and despatched Steven Smith to the south coast to check out the Pavilion Theatre’s star-studded panto, Cinderella. If you can’t afford West End theatre prices this Christmas and live close enough to get to the seaside town of Worthing, why not treat yourself to a camp day or Continue Reading
With a runtime of less than eight minutes, The Son of Raw’s To Catch a Butterfly succeeds in highlighting some seriously weighty issues. Mental health, cruelty and revenge are all addressed in this atmospheric tale of two brothers yomping across the Yorkshire moors. Dan Wilson, Chris Wild and Nick Page deliver Continue Reading
I’ve never been a fan of sharing food, which is why the thought of going out in a crowd for tapas or meze fills me with terror. It’s not the food itself – I love it and am happy to indulge when there are no more than four of us – Continue Reading
DRUMROLL PUH-LEAZE! Hot on the heels of his intimate tête-à-tête with disco punk four-piece Bugeye, Rob Harkavy’s back with his review of the band’s latest release, Electric. In an age of autotune, soft-porn music videos and the Cowellification of much of the music industry, we at OutNews Global like to champion Continue Reading