‘United We Stand’ is the a series of films being commissioned during Pride month by Unilever and in partnership with Superdrug to showcase everyday queer British life
Backyard cinema, the immersive cinema experience in London has reopened its boarding gates since lockdown, and is truly a collision of camp, creativity and whimsy.
Tickets are now on sale to visit the new Manchester Jewish Museum which opens on Friday 2 July with the world premiere of Turner Prize-winning artist Laure Prouvost’s new installation The long waited, weighted gathering as part of this year’s Manchester International Festival.
The imminent move from lockdown to ‘tier 2’ brings with it the opening of a few fun venues, though not with all the fun of pre-COVID-19 restrictions. We at Vada round up what we’re looking forward to most over the festive period across London
If you’re looking to delve into the warm waters of art history on a chilly October afternoon, then you’ve come to the right place. Frida Kahlo is a thorough exploration of the adored artist’s life.
A gentle coming of age drama steeped in early 00s nostalgia, Yes, God, Yes deals with progressive ideals in a trite but comfortable fashion.
Moment of Grace, a new play by Ben Gosling about the Princess of Wales visit to London’s first AIDS Unit in 1987, adapted for the screen during COVID-19 lockdown.
No TERFs are used in the making of these cocktails.
Steelers, a feature-film length documentary about the world’s first gay rugby club, will premiere at the BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival in March.
Ahead of the 62nd Grammys on Sunday 26 January 2020, we bring you these 13 musical facts about cities connected to the awards.