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FILM REVIEW: The Ice King by JAMES ERSKINE

Uncompromising, a little waspish, funny and charming, utterly vulnerable, stronger than an Ox, fast, lithe and inspiring, camp, sensual and a rejecter of butch ways of sport...
Posted On 23 Feb 2018
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COMPETITION: Win a pair of tickets for Sing-a-long-a Rocky Horror Picture Show

Gscene have a couple of pairs of tickets to give away for the Sing-a-long-a Rocky Horror Picture Show hosted by Christopher Howard in the Phil Starr Pavilion on Friday,...
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World Cup 2018 – coming to a cinema near you

This summer’s month long beach cinema event will include key matches from the 2018 World Cup, the city council announced today. Along with the latest blockbuster movies,...
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival: Free big screen showing of ‘The Shack’

The Village Metropolitan Community Church will host a one-off screening of The Shack as part of the Soul Safari day of events during this year's B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival.
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London remembers ‘Section 28’ – 30 Years on

2018 marks the 30th anniversary of ‘Section 28’– which banned the promotion of homosexuality in public institutions, which lasted until 2003.
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LGBT HISTORY MONTH: Screening of ‘The Celluloid Closet’ in Eastbourne

To celebrate LGBT History Month in February, The Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne will team up with Eastbourne Rainbow,  and Bourne Out to present a special screening of The...
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‘Beyond the Binaries’ final call for Winter Pride art submissions

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act, Winter Pride UK, in partnership with Emerald Life and The House of St Barnabas, is looking for artists to...
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Polish gay couple sing for ‘love at Christmas’

Polish gay couple Jakub and Dawid who rose to international attention last year after their lip-syncing video of Roxette's Some other summer went viral, have recorded their...
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PREVIEW: LGBT+ and BAME works prominent in London Short Film Festival

London Short Film Festival (LSFF) announces its full 2018 programme, screening over 500 UK and international short films over 10 days, from January 12-21, 2018. Now in its...
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FILM PREVIEW: HUGO XO, a film by Dale John Allen

Specifically aimed at the queer viewer, Hugo, XO explores societies ‘shame culture’ surrounding sex and is designed to reflect societies prudish, damaging and shaming...
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REVIEW: I AM THEY @Sallis Benney Theatre

The film is engaging and interesting without being preachy and using this young couple’s obvious and romantic personal experiences and relationship as the main narrative...
Posted On 30 Nov 2017
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FILM REVIEW: You Were Never Really Here

If I had to sum up Lynne Ramsay’s style of filmmaking in a word it would be ‘concentrated’. Important clues about a character, or a vital link in a chain of events, might be...
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PREVIEW: Queer Films @ Cinecity Film Festival

  Cinecity, the Brighton film festival, is showing a number of LGBT-themed films tonight and over the weekend. The Misandrists (pictured) is the latest provocation from...
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MUSIC PREVIEW: Neon Moon by Matthew Callow

Neon Moon is a gay love song and the title track of the new album by British synth-pop artist Matthew Callow. The album is due for release early in 2018 and features forty...
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