12 January 2011
Gay and lesbian news archive moves to London
The UK's only national independent LGBT news archive is moving to London.
31 December 2010
Christopher Biggins: Chris Bryant absurd to think ‘pantomime dame’ jibe was homophobic
The actor, and sometime pantomime dame Christopher Biggins has said the openly gay Labour MP Chris Bryant is "ridiculous" for believing the chancellor George Osborne was being homophobic when he jokingly described the MP as a "pantomime dame."
2 December 2010
‘Paperboy’ wins Green Carnation gay book award
'Paperboy' by Christopher Fowler has won the Green Carnation prize for gay men's fiction and memoirs.
16 November 2010
Film chronicles Israel’s gay revolution
From 1985 to the present day, Israel's gay community has undergone dramatic changes.
15 November 2010
Mumbai multiplexes ban gay film
India's answer to Brokeback Mountain has reportedly been banned by some of Mumbai's multiplexes for its gay content.
8 November 2010
Gay arts festival GFEST begins today
London's only LGBT arts festival begins today.
28 October 2010
Gay arts festival Homotopia kicks off
Liverpool's seventh annual Homotopia festival begins today.
30 September 2010
Indonesian gay film festival disrupted by protests
Indonesia's annual gay film festival was disrupted by angry protesters in Jakarta this week.
22 September 2010
Lesbian feminist writer Jill Johnston dies aged 81
The feminist author Jill Johnston has died of a stroke at the age of 81.
20 September 2010
London’s gay art festival GFEST announces programme
London's gay art and culture festival GFEST has announced its programme for this year.
8 September 2010
Gay zombie film among controversial Raindance choices
Canadian filmmaker's LA Zombie joins Serbian horror picture and film depicting a wartime London invaded by Nazis at international festival.
31 August 2010
Video: Triumph for gay actors and characters at the Emmy Awards
Jane Lynch won an Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmy award last night for her performance in the US television series Glee.
24 August 2010
Interview: Jonathan Hellyer, star of Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens
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.
23 August 2010
Proposed film may test Greek attitudes to gay marriage
A new screenplay about gay marriage by a Greek-based British author is expected to be shot next summer by a consortium of UK production companies.
23 August 2010
New biography alleges Vivien Leigh was an ‘adulterous bisexual’
A new biography of British movie star Viven Leigh alleges she was an adulterous bisexual with a fondness for "rough trade".
19 August 2010
Liverpool’s gay arts festival Homotopia returns for seventh year
Liverpool's seventh Homotopia festival will take place this November.
30 July 2010
Author Anne Rice ‘quits’ being a Christian over attitudes to gays and women
Anne Rice, the author of Interview with a Vampire, has "quit" Christianity over the faith's "hostile" attitudes to gay rights, women and contraception.
30 July 2010
Theatre review: Bent
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.
21 July 2010
Australian film festival bans gay zombie porn film
An Australian film festival has banned a film about gay zombies engaging in necrophilia.
16 July 2010
John Barrowman to host charity gala West End Bares
Gay actor John Barrowman is to host the Broadway charity gala West End Bares in London.