City Academy launches Drag Up, a 6-part online drag course led by Camille Toe to guide those who want to learn the drag craft explore and unleash their inner drag queen or king persona.
Hadley Stewart catches up with Joshua Val Martin, the founder of Free Manchester Walking Tours, to talk about the city’s LGBT+ history.
We round-up our favourite home delivery food options ahead of the long Easter weekend
Matthew Eden’s short story of two boys’ home tree of secrets and companionship.
To celebrate its fifth anniversary, the Corn Exchange Manchester is inviting its guests to share their stories of missed celebrations or to nominate deserving individuals to be granted a surprise Corn Exchange treat.
While Chromatica may suggest her early work’s spikier edges may have been sandpapered off for good, this was probably part of Lady Gaga’s game-plan all along.
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK runner-up Divina de Campo is asking the public to ‘lip-sync for your life’, and star in a music video raising funds for the NHS and the York LGBT Forum.
London 1986 is a point-and-click detective story highlighting life in 1980s London. Jake Basford tells us why you should support their Kickstarter campaign.
For a stylish and laidback afternoon tea, head down to The Library curated by Assouline, and enjoy a good dose of fashion with perhaps the best scones and finger sandwiches in the city.
It’s here: Back to the Future! The musical of everyone’s favourite time-travelling movie.