Scottee reviews Shunt’s The Architects and their reinvention of ‘immersive’ performance.
Ever wondered what “throwing shade” or “reading” mean in RuPaul’s Drag Race? Roy takes us on a fascinating linguistic tour of Polari, gay slang and NYC in the 1980s.
Roy Ward, Vada’s epistemic Captain Birdseye, battles his way through the latest twitter shitstorm and ponders the weird world of the twittersphere.
Callum shines a light on out and proud heavy metal icon Rob Halford and takes a look at the, perhaps surprisingly, accepting metal community.
Calling all film buffs! Ed Cripps brings you his top 5 short films of 2012.
As 2013 approaches, Conor Collins sets out his gay friendly mantra that may make next year even better.
Ed Cripps reviews The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, fighting his way past a dragon, a huddle of dwarves and over-dramatic debates about frame rates…
Roy Ward takes us through the world of dragons, hacking, slashing and same-sex bonking in RPGs.
Gabriel chats to Scottee, resident scary clown of the queer cabaret scene and one of the most innovative performers working in London today.
Stuart takes on the awkward silence of sexuality in football and asks where a gay ‘hero’ could come from.