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 […]
Guest writers Carys Crossen and Jo Flynn give us their rundown of the best LGBT shows to catch at Edinburgh Fringe this year.
Susan Kerr heads to Curious Arts Festival to report back on the Vogue Ball and Rent Party.
Theatre Royal Bath announces comedian Jennifer Saunders and actor Rupert Everett will star in summer season plays.
Dinner is Coming is a new immersive spoof dining experience, inspired by the fantasy drama Game of Thrones. Expect, food, theatre, comedy and an unhealthy dose of murder
Vada Magazine try out the immersive secret theatre project in London. The setting, a hearing for an accused serial killer near-future dystopia where the audience decide his fate.
Queer Contact Weekender will take place in various venues across Manchester.
In this exciting play for LGBT History Month, a working-class man journeys from Victorian Bolton across the Atlantic to meet visionary queer American poet, Walt Whitman, only to discover a surprising new kind of love.
Contact is celebrating the start of LGBT History Month 2019 in style: with its impressive Queer Contact Weekender.
This incredible re-imagining of the story of the witches of Oz has flown its way into Manchester during the most magical time of the year – and it really is Wicked!