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Theatre Review: Cry Me This (Vincent) River

Theatre Review: Cry Me This (Vincent) River

Incredibly powerful stuff. | By Alex Hopkins ★★★★★
Legendary LGBT Club Needs Your Memories To Help Save It

Legendary LGBT Club Needs Your Memories To Help Save It

Photos and ticket stubs wanted. | By Will Noble
Gay Football Flick To Kick Off BFI Festival

Gay Football Flick To Kick Off BFI Festival

The Pass will be opening night gala at Flare LGBT. | By Stuart Black
LGBT History Month Takes Over The Wallace Collection

LGBT History Month Takes Over The Wallace Collection

Tickets on sale now. | By Londonist
Celebrate LGBT History Month At Wallace Collection Late

Celebrate LGBT History Month At Wallace Collection Late

Look OUT. | By Londonist
Hairdressers Which Caters For All Genders And Sexes Launches Crowd Funding Campaign

Hairdressers Which Caters For All Genders And Sexes Launches Crowd Funding Campaign

Open Barbers needs £25,000 to open a permanent space in Hackney. | By Kyra Hanson
How To Have A Fabulous Pride In London 2015

How To Have A Fabulous Pride In London 2015

Events kick off tomorrow. | By Nicolas Chinardet
The True Tale Of Fanny And Stella Is No Drag

The True Tale Of Fanny And Stella Is No Drag

Story of two Victorian transvestites told in song. | By Londonist ★★★★☆
The Art And Anger Of Jonny Woo, East London Drag Legend

The Art And Anger Of Jonny Woo, East London Drag Legend

"Residential properties kill off culture." | By Franco Milazzo
London's LGBT And Alternative Scenes Are Fighting Gentrification

London's LGBT And Alternative Scenes Are Fighting Gentrification

Threatened venues in Vauxhall and Soho won't give up easily. | By Londonist
Gods And Monsters Revealed At Southwark Playhouse

Gods And Monsters Revealed At Southwark Playhouse

The semi-fictional life of a semi-forgotten great. | By Nicolas Chinardet ★★★★☆
February Is London's LGBT History Month

February Is London's LGBT History Month

Films, exhibitions and events every day. | By Silvia Baretta
Fringe! Film And Art Festival: Thoughtful, Provocative, Fresh

Fringe! Film And Art Festival: Thoughtful, Provocative, Fresh

Eye opening movies and more. | By Lindsey
Interview: Stephen Beresford, Writer Of New Film Pride

Interview: Stephen Beresford, Writer Of New Film Pride

He discusses Soho in the 80s and now. | By Stuart Black
UK's Top LGBT Choir Brings Harmony To Hackney

UK's Top LGBT Choir Brings Harmony To Hackney

The Pink Singers set to electrify the Empire. | By Chris Lockie
Rock Meets Love As The Irrepressibles Take Shoreditch

Rock Meets Love As The Irrepressibles Take Shoreditch

Human rights and universal love at Village Underground. | By Chris Lockie
In The Thrice Ninth Kingdom Puts Russia's Problems Centre Stage

In The Thrice Ninth Kingdom Puts Russia's Problems Centre Stage

Play exploring anti-gay laws in Russia packs powerful dramatic punch. | By BelindaL
Queer Pagan Punk Season At BFI Southbank

Queer Pagan Punk Season At BFI Southbank

Two month-long retrospective of filmmaker Derek Jarman begins. | By Ben_Fowler
A Guide To London Pride Weekend

A Guide To London Pride Weekend

Will this weekend's London Pride events see an improvement on the trainwreck that was World Pride 2012? Let's hope so. | By Franco Milazzo
The Pansy Project: Because Homophobia Is Horrible

The Pansy Project: Because Homophobia Is Horrible

An accidental activist uses guerilla gardening against hate. | By Lindsey
Fringe! Queer Film and Arts Festival

Fringe! Queer Film and Arts Festival

Fringe! Queer Arts and Film Festival celebrates its third year. | By Ben_Fowler
Preview: LGBT History Month Events In London

Preview: LGBT History Month Events In London

Films, talks, art and walks in February. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Club Watch: Queers In Crisis @ Vogue Fabrics

Club Watch: Queers In Crisis @ Vogue Fabrics

Double-dip Dalston nightlife from Greece and Portugal. | By Londonist
Film Review: Leave It On The Floor @ Leicester Square Theatre

Film Review: Leave It On The Floor @ Leicester Square Theatre

Exuberance and uninhibited joy in an original gay African-American musical. | By Londonist