Lloren talks about being out and proud, lets us into some backstage secrets from The Voice and reveals her favourite sandwich.
Toya Delazy talks about her Zulu roots, moving to London and – of course – her music.
Emma Baylin is the Founder of Shared Harmonies, a social enterprise using the power of community singing to build and love in the community.
She’s graced our screens in London’s Burning, Waterloo Road and Lip Service and she’s a pretty good singer too! In this interview, the perfectly lovely Heather Peace talks lockdown, her past acting roles and tells us all about her December gig and her latest album. Watch now! For more information about Continue Reading
Victoria Broom has featured in some of Britain’s most talked about TV, including EastEnders, Marcella and Gangs of London.
Powerhouse singer Melanie Masson talks female empowerment, X-Factor and her new single Why Don’t You Love Me?
Lots Holloway and April Kelley hit the streets of London armed with nothing more than a Go Pro camera, some paper and a massive felt tip pen.
Rose and Rosie talk about their fans, impending parenthood and nose picking, as well as revealing their favourite sandwiches and chocolate bars.
Pride presenter Saski will be hosting LGBTQ+ Disabled Queer and Hear, a Pride event for those in our community who are disabled and, of course, their allies.
Phyll Opoky-Gyimah is the CEO of LGBTQ+ charity The Kaleidoscope Trust and the co-founder of UK Black Pride.