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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
Philip Baldwin writes about the much anticipated autobiography by Jayne Ozanne, the leading gay evangelical Christian.
Le Gateau Chocolat, the opera and lycra-loving cabaret sensation chats to Vada Magazine about his work Icons, ahead of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2018
John Preston sits down the extraordinary Sandra Bernhard to talk work, politics and the use of Twitter during her live shows.
Kate March the artist-entrepreneur brings her latest performance art concept, An Evening of Meat, to London’s The Vaults for an expressive dance with indulgent food to question the senses.
David Judge unleashes a Tinder drag queen meltdown!
Leone Ross' Come Let Us Sing Anyway and other stories celebrates the lives of women, people of colour and queer people in colourful, vital prose.