Secret Gay London
Last Chance to Save The Yard!
Orlando: Remembering the Fallen
Below is a list of all 49 victims of the Pulse nightclub massacre, the worst mass shooting in US history and a devastating attack to the LGBTQI community in both Orlando Florida, as well as world. Vigils worldwide shortly followed, showing our solidarity across the globe.
Community: Our tribute to Orlando
If you were at the vigil for Orlando on Old Compton Street, you’ll understand us when we say it was one of the most moving experiences of our lives.
We love pointless award ceremonies as much as the next scene magazine, so, apropos of absolutely nothing, we thought we’d dole out some pointless prizes this week to our favourite advertisers and/or friends. So, fished straight out of the bin in Peckham Rye, it’s the MENZ AWARDZ.
Gotta Have Faith
Comptons of Soho: 30 years at the heart of gay Soho
As we celebrate the Grand Dame of Soho’s 30th birthday as an offical gay venue, we have a chat with some of her nearest and dearest. They know her best and they, in addition to their hundreds of regulars, make her what she is. Happy Birthday old girl!
Firebrands in Frocks: The Radical Drag Queens of The Gay Liberation Front
On July 1st 1972, over 700 LGBT demonstrators made history by marching through London for the first official Pride carnival. It was the largest public display of its kind to date, but it certainly wasn’t the first. Chris Godfrey spoke with the radical drag queens who took to the streets of London just days before, in a daring display of defiance and decadence.
What’s On At The Tav?
The Vauxhall Tavern have got a whole host of new delights coming up in February! Let’s take a sneak peek at some of the plays, events and performers they’ve got in store…
What To Read This Black History Month
October is Black History Month and even though we’re over halfway through there’s still time to get stuck into some great reads by fantastic black LGBT writers. From recent Man Booker Prize Winner, Marlon James, to Alice Walker, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning The Colour Purple, black LGBT writers have it covered. Josh Lee provides some of his top picks to get stuck into.