Created as a three-character play, Moment of Grace looks at the famous visit of Diana, Princess of Wales to London’s first AIDS Unit in 1987, where she shook a patient’s hand without wearing glove
We’re thrilled to be able to introduce you to London’s very own K Soul who talks to Rob Harkavy about her new single, Kitty Khat.
Nominated as Best Newcomer in the 2020 Scottish Comedy Awards, Amelia Bayler’s mix of stand-up and song is the perfect tonic for these troubled times.
Blending heartfelt, soul-tinged lyrics with dance-infused pop, Erin Kirby creates music that explores the full intensity of human emotions.
Vlada Knowlton’s film The Most Dangerous Year addresses the issue of trans rights and also documents the journey of her own young daughter.
Jade Winters is one of our most prolific writers. She relates the lesbian experience with a lightness of touch which makes her work both accessible and popular.
We all love receiving a parcel and our editor Rob Harkavy is no exception. A couple of days ago he received a wonderful gift from psychologist, agony aunt and sex & relationships expert Dr Pam Spurr.
You’ll know her from EastEnders, Grantchester and, more recently, Jimmy McGovern’s Moving On. She’s also a hugely successful theatre actor, autism campaigner and a genuinely lovely person. Yes folks, it’s the wonderful KACEY AINSWORTH!
The most excellent Scott McGlynn shoots the lockdown breeze with our own Rob Harkavy in THIS video.
Josh Rivers is the Head of Communications for UK Black Pride, the host of the Busy Being Black podcast and one of the driving forces behind this year’s Pride Inside event.