20th June 2011
Feature: The gay traveller’s guide to New York 11
3:51 PM — New York, the Big Apple, the city that never sleeps, the capital of the world – we’ve all heard it. But what’s NYC like for a first time gay traveller? Dan Harrop-Griffiths gives us his beginners' guide.
21st April 2011
Theatre review: The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg
2:47 PM — Having never seen the 1964 French musical film of the same name, I came to The Umbrellas of Cherbourg at the Gielgud Theatre with fresh eyes. The production is subtitled "a French romance that just happens to be sung".
24th March 2011
Review: Proud2 launches at London’s O2 1
3:53 PM — London’s O2 saw the launch of a new club this month in the form of Proud2. Part of the Proud family of venues that includes the famous Proud Camden, Proud Kitchen and Proud Brighton Ballroom, it keeps up the tradition of theatrical decor, performance art and a vibrant mix of art forms.
22nd March 2011
Review: Teeth, tits and tease at the Hurly Burly Show 2
5:32 PM — The Hurly Burly Show brings something, fresh, sexy and glamorous to the West End, with hilarious theatrical moments and jaw-dropping costumes throughout.
16th March 2011
Restaurant review: 1901 11
4:27 PM — Just minutes away from the filthy glam of gay ghetto Shoreditch, 1901’s interior is truly grand with high ceilings and a huge winding staircase that places it perfectly in the period of its name. The dining room itself is even more special – giant ceilings and cathedral-like pillars look up towards a huge dome of intricate stained glass.
23rd September 2010
Interview: London Fashion Week DJ Kris Di Angelis 1
4:20 PM — DJ/producer and resident at some of the best gay (and straight) nights that London has to offer, Kris Di Angelis is a home-grown talent and scene favourite who always gets the crowd dancing and smiling with his superb mix of upbeat old and new music – with everything from classic disco to rare online remixes.
3rd September 2010
Pop, dance and cabaret at Cardiff Mardi Gras 2
1:53 PM — Cardiff’s LGBT Mardi Gras takes place this Saturday at Cooper’s Field. Forty thousand people are expected to attend the event, which features more than 40 performers and musicians performing throughout the day.
26th August 2010
Village Drinks to celebrate fifth birthday on Friday
9:36 PM — The UK's leading social community for gays and lesbians, Village Drinks, is to celebrate its fifth birthday in London this Friday, at a huge rooftop summer party at the Kensington Roof Gardens.
24th August 2010
Interview: Jonathan Hellyer, star of Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens
4:38 PM — Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens, currently at the Shaw Theatre, is a tapestry of monologues and songs inspired by the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. Developed in the late 1980s and originally titled, 'The Quilt', 'Elegies,' as it is often shortened to, is a moving, often funny and sometimes heartbreaking collection of stories written from the perspective of characters who've died from AIDS.
30th July 2010
Theatre review: Bent 2
2:13 PM — Bent, at the intimate Tabard Theatre in Parsons Green, west London, tells the story of a young gay couple sent to a concentration camp after witnessing the murder of a German SA officer.