Stuart Forward meets best-selling author of Ode to Lata, Ghalib Shiraz Dhalla and talks queers, sex and music.
Stuart Forward reviews a future classic of the LGBT literary canon: Ode to Lata by Ghalib Shiraz Dhalla.
Jack Attridge looks at the work of artist Lilly McElroy as she literally 'throws herself at men' in the artistic process.
Adam Wollerton reviews Noel Coward's The Vortex, currently showing at The Rose Theatre, Kingston. A whirlwind of emotions!
Scottee reviews A Right Pair, a theatrical journey through the lives of Bette Bourne and Paul (Pearle) Shaw, figures in the Gay Liberation Front and members of the UK’s first alternative drag troupe.
Roy Ward takes the example of Hilary Mantel to look at the darker corners of the internet and the casual sexism and misogyny that surrounds the media.
New contributor Jack Attridge looks at Rosie Gilbey's new photographic series 'Cellar Door' which investigates the identity of drag artists.
Adam Wollerton reviews Steven Berkoff's East as performed by the ByMoonlight Theatre.
Roy delivers a slight curve ball to suggestions of LGBT classics by exploring Plato's Symposium and his musings on spacehoppers and love.
Scottee visits Margate and guides you through a few of its often forgotten hidden gems and delights.