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Paul Burston

  • 19th December 2013

    Time Out London to lose LGBT specific section in restructure 3

    The LGBT section of Time Out will be

    2:40 PM — The LGBT section of Time Out London's print edition will no longer appear as a standalone category, and is to be integrated into other sections as part of a restructure.

  • 28th September 2012

    UK: Stonewall unveils awards shortlist 24

    The Stonewall Awards of 2012 takes place on 1 November

    12:28 PM — Stonewall has announced the shortlists for its seventh annual awards ceremony to be held on 1 November 2012 at the V&A in London.

  • 22nd November 2011

    Singer’s memoir wins Polari First Book Prize 4

    The award is in its third year

    8:56 AM — Winner of the prize, which is for a first book exploring gay life, was revealed at a ceremony on London's South Bank last night.

  • 5th July 2011

    Longlist announced for gay book prize 8

    The longlist has been announced (Photo: Kate Ter Haar)

    4:26 PM — The longlist for the annual Polari First Book Prize has been announced. The contenders for the award, now in its third year, were announced at the London Literary Festival last night.

  • 24th November 2010

    Queer book prize seeks submissions

    The prize is for a first work (Photo: Kate Ter Haar)

    4:04 PM — The Polari First Book Prize is seeking submissions for its third contest. The award is open to any first book which "explores the queer experience" and has been published in the UK within twelve months of the February 1st 2011 closing date.

  • 12th November 2010

    Gay charity urges gay men to sign up to HIV pledge 44

    The Count Me In campaign

    6:11 PM — London-based gay men's health charity GMFA has begun a new campaign to raise awareness of HIV. 'Count Me In' asks gay men to agree with a five-point pledge about protecting their health and not assuming they know the HIV status of other men.

  • 29th October 2010

    David Cameron supports gay arts event GFEST 18

    David Cameron sent a message of support to GFEST

    12:02 PM — Prime minister David Cameron has released a message of support for GFEST, London's annual gay arts and culture festival. The two-week festival starts on November 8th and will be held at venues across London.

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