PREVIEW: Plenty Queer at Cafe Plenty

Plenty Queer was born out of a desire to promote queer artistic voices, highlight the meaning of Pride, and raise some money for the Terrence Higgins Trust (THT). It has been...
Posted On 12 Jul 2017

PREVIEW: Coming Out: Sexuality, Gender and Identity @Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Coming Out: Sexuality, Gender and Identity, a new exhibition at Liverpool’s Walker Art Gallery, reveals previously overlooked LGBT+ art histories and institutional blind...

TODAY: Brunswick Town Art Fair – Queer Art in the Regency Town House

The Brunswick Town Art Fair returns for the sixth year this summer featuring over 50 artists in the Gardens and some very eclectic colourful work in the Regency Town House...

PREVIEW: Transworkers: a photo exhibition by Stella Michaels

Stella Michaels presents her positive photographic images of trans people at the Marlborough Hotel, Princes Street, Brighton starting July 19. Stella says: "If you are trans,...

PREVIEW: Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait

Following its international tour to locations such as Tel Aviv, Vienna and San Francisco, Jewish Museum London’s acclaimed 2013 exhibition Amy Winehouse: Family Portrait,...
Posted On 07 Jul 2017

Rainbow flag acquired for Design Museum’s permanent collection

The Design Museum in London acquires a series of new objects for its permanent collection.New acquisitions include the rainbow flag, David Bowie’s Blackstar album, a coffee...

PREVIEW: A Gay Outing @Charleston

A Gay Outing is Charleston’s annual celebration of its queer heritage. Taking place in a beautiful canvas marquee in the Paddock, Tate Britain curator Clare Barlow will...
Posted On 03 Jul 2017

PREVIEW: Queer Space @Dalston Superstore

Queer Space is an exhibition at Dalston Superstore Gallery which draws queer artifacts and ephemera from national archives, personal collections and influential queer meccas...

Fire Service unveils new engine in support of LGBT+ equality

Shoppers in Hull see the latest addition to Humberside Fire and Rescue Service’s (HFRS) fleet roll into Queen Victoria Square emblazoned in rainbow colours. The new fire...

PREVIEW: Gay UK: Love, Law and Liberty @British Library

A new, free exhibition at the British Library, marks the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act 1967. Gay UK: Love, Law and Liberty, explores gay lives through personal...

PREVIEW: New Steine Heroes Exhibition to stage charity preview for Rainbow Fund

New Steine Hotel in Kemptown will hold a charity preview evening of their latest exhibition Heroes on Monday, July 31 to celebrate the start of Brighton Pride week. During the...
Posted On 27 Jun 2017

Hull art installation will challenge people’s perception of hate crime

A provocative and interactive art installation exploring barriers within our society is set to appear at Hull Minster throughout Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s Freedom Season....

PREVIEW: The Museum of Transology

This summer Brighton Museum launches Be Bold, a series of collaborative events and exhibitions funded by Arts Council England and programmed in partnership with Brighton &...

Rainbow Cities Network celebrates IDAHOBIT with photo exhibition

Brighton & Hove is a member of the Rainbow Cities network of international cities developing lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBT+) policies. Cities from all over...