This year, London’s summer Underbelly Festival tales place at 2 locations across the city, Earls Court and Cavendish Square. We visited Earls Court to taste Tarquin’s gin and watch Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch.
With Edinburgh Fringe 2022 not too far away, there will be many wild, wacky, and wit-fuelled comedy sets to look forward to. We round up six queer acts who we at Vada Magazine are particularly interested in seeing.
As Manchester’s king of the go-go boys, Ali has taken the scene by storm. We got to chat with him about his work, the switch from drag to go-go, and the evolution of Manchester’s scene.
Dopamine Land is the new immersive art experience that arrived in London in April 2022, provides a series of rooms each stimulating different senses and bringing back childhood imagination to adult kids.
Scott Balf has a ball at The Official RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Series Two Tour.
Heralding more openness, interactivity and social gatherings since the pandemic lockdowns, the city of London is hosting a number of interactive and immersive experiences that should not be missed. We at Vada round up our favourites.
This year LGBT+ history month (February) celebrates the 50th anniversary since the first Pride March in the UK (in 1972). Vada Magazine highlights a few events to get involved in and spaces to enjoy throughout and beyond February.
Adam Lowe checks out Dick Whittington and His Amazing Cat from eight-freestyle at Contact – a charming, energetic show for the whole family.
The bells are ringing out for a sure-fire Christmas hit show at Contact this Christmas as eight-freestyle present: Dick Whittington and his Amazing Cat!
Adam Lowe checks out Laugh Riot as part of Refract:21 at Waterside Arts.