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Edward II review – a queer historical tragedy that bows to tragic queer history

★★★★ by Ifan Llewelyn It takes mustering up great effort to head on down to Bankside to sit through a historically accurate production of a history play. Be it a Henry, a Richard or an Edward, there's little excitement roused by the name of a king who ruled centuries ago, and even less by their politics. Though many of these plays...

Getting to Know… L’amour Le Monde

Jason Reid chats to the inspiring drag queen putting her double longue transplant to good use on the cabaret stage Originally a neo-burlesque performer, L’amour Le Monde has always loved drag and, like many of her contemporaries in recent years, she has been able to combine these disciplines and hone her skills at specialist drag/cabaret courses devised by Rubyyy Jones...

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Discerning scene musings from the princess of East London, letting you know exactly where to head this weekend. Hi everyone...feeling all romantic? Obviously the only romantic I ever feel is ‘new romantic’ but we start our clubland peruse on Thursday 14th, the actual day of love... Yes we pop for a rendezvous to Dirty Di’s Tunnel of Love where Fagulous channels...

The best queer horror movies from the past decade

We love a good horror. There's nothing like snuggling in front of the telly under a blanket, a bucket of popcorn straddled between your thighs and a big strong man sitting next to you, and putting on a gory horror movie. What you may not have clocked is how goddamn queer these movies always are. There is a long cinematic...

The Eagle’s 15th Birthday Shenanigans

We dive into how the iconic queer venue is celebrating a decade and a half on the scene. One of our fave Vauxhall haunts Eagle London is celebrating fifteen years this weekend! In these choppy uncertain times of gentrification and Gemma Collins, fifteen years is an impressive feat, and its testament to some savvy business-ship and programming from manager...

Nadine Coyle on music, film roles and Grindr emojis

By Dylan B Jones One of the most memorable moments from Girls Aloud’s “Call The Shots” (the best pop song ever made) is the sultrily slurred, hauntingly celestial line “so full of twilight, dreams that glitter”. The band also chose that as the name of their autobiography, published in 2008, complete with a ghostwriter and book signing at Waterstones Piccadilly,...

The ‘Grindr Killer’ is getting a TV show with Sheridan Smith

There are very few stories that have had us re-considering our dating practices quite like the story of 'Grindr Killer' Stephen Port who was found guilty of killing four young men he met through the app. It's been announced that his story is going to become a BBC drama with comedian Stephen Merchant portraying Port, alongside West End darling...

Check out this adorable gay couple’s paradise proposal!

In a beautiful and defiant display of gay romance, a man and a man got engaged to each other late last week, on the azure shores of island paradise The Maldives. Trolley dolly Matt Hill and gay rag slag Chris Colman have been happily co-habiting for years, but after a few piña coladas, Chris finally decided to take the plunge...

Look Good, Feel Gorgeous – Rejuvination Gifts for Him this Valentine’s Day

The Ultimate Relaxation and Reajuvination Gifts for Him This Valentine’s Day Getting dressed up to the nines and taking your partner out for a candle lit dinner, treating them to a bottle of champagne or a bunch of roses from your local filling-station isn’t for everyone. So is there another way to treat our loved ones this Valentine’s Day? YES!...

No Kids review – bringing the issue of gay parenting centre-stage

★★★★ by Ifan Llewelyn Gay parenthood has almost worked its way into being a version of the norm. Disney Channel programs now have gay parents making guest appearances on their sitcoms, Modern Family brought it to television across the globe and the Daley-Lance Bass’ are doing the MOST to publicise their new-born. It seems to always be a guest appearance, a...

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Edward II review – a queer historical tragedy that bows to tragic queer history

★★★★ by Ifan Llewelyn It takes mustering up great effort to head on down to Bankside to sit through a historically accurate production of a history...

QX Meets… Lauren Harries

British TV personality and former child star talks love, stardom and veganism Child prodigy turned international sex symbol Lauren Harries has delighted the British public...

Preview: Call Me Vicky

The queer fringe play that’s set to take to the Pleasance stage. We love a fringe queer play! As you MAY have gathered. We’re the...

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