Bona to vada you. Gaz Morris explores Polari, a language amongst homosexuals, from which we have inherited many words in use today.
Michael Prescott launches the first in a trilogy of film reviews, looking at the striking and bizarre Bad Education by Pedro Almodóvar.
Lisa Harrison reviews Ash by Malinda Lo, a subtle, happily-ever-after genre story that just happens to be between two women.
Matt Hosgood talks of his real life Glee travels as he goes to New York to perform at the North American Show Choir Championships.
Gaz Morris looks at royals throughout the ages and the persistent rumours about their sexuality…
Jack Attridge looks at the work of Indian photographer Sunil Gupta and his progressive representation of LGBT figures.
Michael Prescott looks at The Spirit of ’45, a new documentary by the iconic Ken Loach which explores the resonance of the post-war era generations since.
Adam Wollerton reviews MOSAIC, a night of eclectic entertainment at The Rose Theatre by Our Friends Records. Music, comedy, poetry and theatre.
Stuart Forward looks at Benjamin Zephaniah and Lemn Sissay in conversation and anticipates West Yorkshire Playhouse’s production Refugee Boy.
Philip Ellis wonders whether we are on the verge of a Renaissance for gay film-making.