31 March 2012
Preview: Sundance London
This month marks the inaugural edition of a British offshoot of one of the world's best film festivals.
29 March 2012
Police in Delhi shut down gay photography exhibition
A photographic exhibition celebrating gay life which opened in Delhi last week has been closed by the police following an anonymous complaint that its content was obscene.
28 March 2012
Queer feminist poet and essayist Adrienne Rich dies aged 82
The pioneering feminist poet, Adrienne Rich, who consistently challenged the myths of the American dream, has died, aged 82.
27 March 2012
New play about gay boxer to open at Albany Theatre
A new high-impact, one-man show about a boxer facing his toughest opponent yet - his sexuality - is set to open at the Albany Theatre in Deptford, south-east London, having won five 5-star reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe.
27 March 2012
Obituary: New York photographer and actor Cris Alexander
New York photographer and actor Cris Alexander has died, aged 92.
27 March 2012
Birmingham lavishes £10k on bling rhino sculpture for gay village
Cash-strapped Birmingham City Council has contributed the sum of £10,000 towards a huge, rhinestone-encrusted sculpture of a rhinoceros which is planned to mark entry to the city's gay village.
26 March 2012
Californian Pop band The Morning Benders change their name through fear of offending gay fans
Californian power-pop band The Morning Benders have changed their name to the somewhat blander Pop ETC.
23 March 2012
The BFI London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is launched
The 26th annual London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is being launched at the BFI tonight, with a wide range of films from around the world, but with only one new British Film in the list.
14 March 2012
Review: Derren Brown’s Svengali
Heather Price discusses Derren Brown's current tour, Svengali, and how his eerie brand of mind-reading left her with trouble sleeping afterwards.
13 March 2012
Video: Exclusive first look at Stud Life trailer ahead of BFI’s gay film festival
Ahead of the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival starting later this month, PinkNews.co.uk brings you an exclusive first look at the trailer for Stud Life, a film documenting urban gay lifestyles.
17 February 2012
Elton John recreated with Gaydar profile pictures
An image of Elton John's face comprising thousands of Gaydar users' profile pictures is among the works in a collection celebrating LGBT History Month.
16 February 2012
Chris Colfer and Kevin Bacon join Proposition 8 play
Actors Kevin Bacon, Chris Colfer and John C Reilly join a swelling number of celebrities signing up to star in Dustin Lance Black's Proposition 8 play next month.
8 February 2012
Gay ban writing contest cancelled
A writing competition based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma which banned gay romance stories for reportedly being "just too much" has been cancelled.
1 February 2012
Theatre review: Execution of Justice
Execution of Justice, at the Southwark Playhouse in London until Saturday 4 February, tells the story of the assassination of San Francisco Mayor, George Moscone and openly gay District Supervisor, Harvey Milk on 27 November 1978.
27 January 2012
Cynthia Nixon: Bisexuals? We get no respect
After causing a storm of controversy this week when referring to being gay as a "choice" Cynthia Nixon seems to have reluctantly acknowledged that she is, in fact, bisexual.
26 January 2012
Video: Gay artist’s work smashed in New Delhi
A gay artist was attacked and a painting destroyed at his exhibition in New Delhi last week.
26 January 2012
UK survey: 81% of actors ‘open about sexuality’
In a new survey of the acting industry, eight in ten actors said they were 'out' professionally and three quarters of respondents said the decision to come out had not hindered their career.
20 January 2012
Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrisson in Prop 8 play
Glee stars Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison are the latest stars to sign up to the one-night-only LA production of Dustin Lance Black's play about the Proposition 8 ballot.
10 January 2012
Video: Gay Korean-American film among features at Sundance
A film about a gay Korean man who yearns for a family - which the director used to come out to his own parents - will feature at this year's Sundance festival.
6 January 2012
Sir Ian McKellen says “no doubt” Shakespeare was gay
Sir Ian McKellen has reportedly said he has "no doubt" the complexities and plot devices of Shakespeare's work mean the playwright was gay.