The acclaimed writers Naomi Booth, Jacqueline Crooks and Leone Ross will be in conversation with Bonnie Greer at the Humber Mouth Festival.
Clear White Light, a modern Gothic story set at St. Nicholas’ hospital in Gosforth, written by Olivier Award nominated writer Paul Sirett has its world premiere at Live Theatre just in time for Halloween.
Soho Theatre has some massive openings (ahem) this autumn. Check them out!
The Queer Media Festival returns to Manchester, spilling across three sites, with DIY workshops, film screenings and live performances.
Experimental theatre-makers, curious directive, have launched an immersive fine dining experience onboard an A380 plane show casing Norwich’s best chefs.
A statue of Phyllis Opoku-Gyimah, also known as Lady Phyll, will be unveiled at Historic England’s Immortalised exhibition this Friday at 4pm.
Vada Magazine is recruiting editors and contributors. Get in touch!
The legendary East London exhibition-cum-performance club night Deep Trash is back!
On Wednesday 28 November, Flapjack Press launches Manchester Isn’t the Greatest City in the World, Gerry Potter’s latest collection of hard-hitting sociopolitical poetry, prose and plays.
Four delights to try in the capital ahead of the Pride in London parade celebrations, including Hot Gay Time Machine cabaret, a pre-pride guns&bums workout, cocktails and glittering coffee