Day: 21 November 2014

  • At Home HIV Testing Service To Resume In UK For Gay And Bi Men

    HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust is to mark National HIV Testing Week (22nd – 30th November) by relaunching its highly popular postal HIV testing service for gay and bisexual men. The Fastest Direct service is a collaboration between Terrence Higgins Trust and Public Health England, with additional funding and support from HIV […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Accolade, St James Theatre

    ★★★★★ | Accolade, St James Theatre London, 1950: Private and public worlds collide when on New Year’s Day author Will Trenting’s knighthood attracts the glare of the British press. Happily married novelist, Will, has been leading a double life. Drawn to the seedier side of life, he’s been mixing with London’s ‘low-life’ and indulging in […]

  • Sir Ian McKellen Helps Raise £25,000 For Homophobia Film

    Sir Ian McKellen helps London South Bank University graduate Rhys Chapman, raise over £25,000 to produce a short film to highlight homophobia in football. In September Rhys launched a campaign on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter to raise the production budget for the project, and this was given a boost when Lord of the Rings star […]

  • INTERVIEW | Sergio Tovar Velarde

    Once in a blue moon we get to preview a movie that is so wonderfully refreshing that it blows our socks off and we feel the need to share it with you even before it is released. 31-year-old Mexican/writer-director Sergio Tovar Velarde’s remarkable new film Four Moons chronicles four stories about love, heartbreak and self-acceptance. […]