We review Indian restaurant Flora Indica, which has a penchant for aromatics, and is a short walk from Earl’s Court tube station in London
Hadley Stewart sits down with Laura Kay, author of queer rom-com, The Split. They talk about how to write funny, the hills of Sheffield, and why people need to get better at break-ups.
‘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
John Preston picks his 7 best tracks of the week, including Laura Mvula, Shy Girl, Magdalena Bay, Trentmøller feat. Tricky, Grace Lightman and Lolo Zouaï.
Curated by Waterside Arts, Refract is an exciting festival of work that takes place in and around Sale in Trafford – and features a number of LGBT+ artists.
After two years of closed doors and a decade of hard work, Manchester Jewish Museum is finally open again to the public. Find out more about this hidden jewel of the North.
John Preston’s 7 best tracks of the week include The Chemical Brothers, Tirza, Half Waif, MNDR, Doja Cat and Banks.
What do you get when you cross the pan-pacific pairing of Japanese elegance and Mexican spirit? The answer is Los Mochis restaurant in London’s Notting Hill
Turul Project, the new (and only proper) Hungarian restaurant has just been opened in north London under the leadership of award-winning head chef Levente Koppány from Budapest.
Author Ian Eagleton brings a queer love story to the pages of his children’s book, Nen and the Lonely Fisherman.