Buying a property in or near London can really stretch your finances but that doesn’t mean there isn’t some excellent value to be found.
Over the past 10 years first time buyers have been flocking to Southall in search of affordable homes that are within easy reach of the centre of the capital.
Although Switzerland is the home of the United Nations and offers a great quality of life, the contradictory reality is that Switzerland does not offer equal rights for all. Equal marriage is still not legalised and, as a Swiss citizen, I can honestly say that Switzerland can be a rather conservative Continue Reading
It’s officially London Fashion Week, and while you impatiently wait for this year’s London Queer Fashion Show – which will take place on Friday the 20th – let us introduce you to Krypt. Fashion and nightclubs make for some pretty classic combos. Think of Studio 54 and its 1970’s disco scene, Continue Reading
Last Thursday, I had the pleasure to attend Cabaret Sauvignon, a phenomenal show from none other than Miss Burlesque UK finalist and talented drag queen, Dolly Trolley. Cabaret Sauvignon doesn’t only have a French wine inspired name, it has a French-inspired essence: freeing, elegant nudity, epicurean burlesque, and a very avant-garde style. Continue Reading
Maddie – aka Stella Marbles – who featured in part II of this series here – is certainly not in it for the fame. She dedicates her time promoting diversity and encourages her community to do the same. She wishes above all for people to learn more about queer history and Continue Reading
Many British drag artists have made the decision to not audition for UK’s first ever season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. One of the main reasons being that they do not feel right about the lack of diversity in the world-famous TV show. With Drag Race becoming internationally acclaimed, the LGBTQ+ community Continue Reading
The art of drag has come a long way since panto and Shakespeare. Although the classic camp-style form of drag remains popular, the art of drag in itself has very much evolved. A new generation of more polished and eccentric looking performers have been taking over the world (both queer and Continue Reading
“If two people love each other, why shouldn’t they get married?” Bill Russell’s Unexpected Joy is the musical story of “three generations of female singers, long-held family tensions and a week together where change is in the air.” Popstar Joy is visited by her daughter, Rainbow (who has changed her Continue Reading
Attend the long-awaited UK premiere of Mart Crowley’s For Reasons That Remain Unclear at Islington’s King’s Head Theatre Author Mart Crowley, is most famous for his ground-breaking play The Boys In The Band (1968), a dark exploration of being gay and self-loathing which centres around a group of pre-legalisation gay men Continue Reading