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.
During LGBT+ History Month 2023 we at Vada explore the history of the Pride flag, which includes a milestone point in Key West – a travel destination we’ll be covering in an upcoming series.
Miles Oliver explains why we need to support our elders and in what ways we can help.
Alexis Gregory sits down with Vada Magazine as he tours the UK with his solo show, Riot Act. He tells us about why it’s important for audiences today to know about their history and the pivotal moment we find ourselves when it comes to queer storytelling.
Hadley Stewart sits down with Adam Zmith to discuss his book Deep Sniff, an exploration of the history of poppers, queer culture and liberation.
Hadley Stewart catches up with Joshua Val Martin, the founder of Free Manchester Walking Tours, to talk about the city’s LGBT+ history.
Tony Fenwick MBE on Luton’s LGBT scene.
This year’s Being Human festival runs 14–23 November, on the theme ‘Discoveries & Secrets’, which includes a performance about queer dating ads from 1920s uncovered in the National Archives.
Manchester Pride have launched a new digital platform that will showcase LGBT histories in Greater Manchester, called OUT!
As June is the month for celebrating LGBT books in America, we thought we’d dust off some of our favourites.