Chino Latino, the pan-asian fusion cuisine restaurant with venues in Leeds and Nottingham has its London space in the Park Plaza hotel on London’s riverbank. We at Vada pop in on a Thursday evening in August to find out the vibe.
Blue Plaques on properties in UK honour those who previously lived there, a scheme that started in 1866. Rainbow Plaques are a similar new concept, focussing exclusively on LGBTQ+ histories. Read on to discover where you can find them.
Check out the brand new ‘Late Summer’ Afternoon Tea Menu at Manchester’s King Street Townhouse and grab yourself 25% off while you’re at it.
Founded by stand-up comedians David Ian, Jeremy Tapp, and Kate Dale, The Queer Comedy Club is the UK’s first permanent LGBTQ comedy club.
The RNLI lifeboat volunteer tells Vada how he balances saving lives at sea with a day job, and what it’s being LGBTQ+ in a small seaside town.
Hadley Stewart attends the Haute Couture fashion shows in Paris and shares what goes on during and between shows.
As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we introduce you to Paul Maddock, a Senior Associate at an international law firm. He shares how he has always felt able to be himself at work and advice for the next generation of LGBTQ+ lawyers.
Part of the Holmes Hotel, Kitchen at Holmes embeds the hotel’s Sherlock Holmes theme, but is keen to showcase it is more than a gimmick. They have launched their summer menu, so we at Vada revisited to sample what’s on offer.
The journalist and debut novelist talks about how and why hope for change in nineties Russia never came to pass
As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we introduce you to Rosie Hall, Communication Manager at Hable. She explains how she took an alternative path into her career and her experiences of coming out in the workplace.