Take a tour through Barbra Streisand’s underground shopping centre – in her home – in the new play Buyer & Cellar. Is the shopping centre real? That’s for you to decide, but in this brilliant production, you’ll get a bit […]
An Australian singer, with a young daughter in tow, arrives in 1996 New York to make it as a singer. The woman’s name was Helen Reddy. Yes, Helen Reddy the legend who sang such hits as “I Don’t Know How to […]
Thirty-five international filmmakers are set to compete for £30,000 prize money as the organisers of Cardiff’s International LGBT+ Short Film Prize, Supported by The Michael Bishop Foundation have today announced the shortlisted films in competition for the world’s largest international […]
Our pick of the LGBT Films at the BFI London Film Festival 2020
If you’re in the mood for a good cry, watch the new film Blackbird.
From the man who brought us the brilliant ‘Lilting’ in 2014 returns with his new offering Monsoon. Lilting, directed by Hong Khaou, told the story about the death of a young gay man leaving his lover to deal with a […]
Tender and touching film about a young gay youth in São Paulo
The West End is back, and it’s in Wembley! Sleepless the first major stage productions to open up in London in 6 months (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre opened in Mid-August with Jesus Christ Superstar). Originally scheduled to open on […]
Linga Franca follows the story of an undocumented Filipina transwoman Olivia (Isabel Sandoval) in Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach Russian neighbourhood. Olivia is the live-in caregiver for elderly feeble Russian Olga (Lynn Cohen – remarkable). Olivia has yet to get her green […]
Donald Trump versus one very old woman in Scotland is the story of the new documentary You’ve Been Trumped Too.
Jacqui Weaver is memorable as a mother who mourns the death of her son – a drag queen – in the terrific new film Stage Mother. Maybelline (great name), married to very conservative Jeb (Hugh Thompson) who never quite accepted […]