Trailblazing LGBT performance platform Mother’s Ruin presents two hot, queer consecutive Saturday night gigs as part of Turn on Fest at Hope Mill Theatre this January.
Eastern Encounters: Four Centuries of Paintings and Manuscripts from the Indian Subcontinent will exhibit at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse.
Lucie Jones Live at the Adelphi will be packed with old classics and modern hits, and Lucie will share stories from her remarkable career.
Above The Stag is proud to announce a same-sex reimagining of Peter Quilter’s modern comedy about love, sex and relationships: The Morning After.
The highly anticipated 2020 UK tour of Heathers the Musical is touring the UK, including dates at Manchester’s Palace Theatre from 6-10 October 2020.
Manchester Pride’s Superbia strand curates a weekend of exciting arts and culture, Day with(out) Art, for World AIDS Day.
‘Not as good as the book’: film adaptations languish behind TV, but books trump all
This year’s Being Human festival runs 14–23 November, on the theme ‘Discoveries & Secrets’, which includes a performance about queer dating ads from 1920s uncovered in the National Archives.
John Barrowman chats about his latest show.
We were exceedingly lucky this month to be invited to the sell-out second date of Manchester’s astonishing new magic and hypnotism show, The Vanishing Cabaret at 1837 bar beneath Alston Bar & Beef The concept The Vanishing Cabaret is the […]