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Join us on BBCSussex Thu evening

Gscene Editorial Team January 13, 2021

Join some of our editorial team on BBC Sussex, talking about Scene, been there, done that, and now planning for the future!

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Season’s Greetings from Gscene

Gscene Editorial Team December 25, 2020

If, like us you are alone this Xmas, then we raise a glass to your good health and send you extra warm LGBTQ+ Yuletide Blessings

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Business News

Gscene is looking for…

July 13, 2020

A person or agency to help us sustain the viability of the magazine by advising us on maximising the potential of our advertising opportunities within the print magazine, the online magazine, website and social media platforms, and perhaps, as a result of that advice, to manage this part of our Social Enterprise, or assist in recruiting somebody to do so.

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Gscene Magazine becomes a Social Enterprise

Gscene Editorial Team April 14, 2020

Gscene Magazine becomes a Social Enterprise

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Our Collective Challenge and how we’re supporting LGBTQ+ businesses & communities

Gscene Editorial Team April 13, 2020

Our Collective Challenge and how we’re supporting LGBTQ+ businesses & communities

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Gscene announcement about our April 2020 Print issue

Gscene Editorial Team March 25, 2020

Gscene announcement about our April 2020 Print issue

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James Ledward 05/09/1954 – 03/10/2019

Gscene Editorial Team November 11, 2019

James Ledward 05/09/1954 – 03/10/2019 On Saturday, October 19 2019 we said goodbye to our friend, Gscene editor, and LGBTQ+ community champion.

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Letters

LETTER TO EDITOR: Too many drag queens and half naked chaps in Gscene

October 11, 2017

Your magazine is dropped off at The Bristol Bar as part of your distribution but I’m afraid we no longer want to receive it. I am sure there is a healthy market for Gscene but, it is so full of drag queens and implausibly buff half-naked chaps that it does not represent the gay life I am living nor the more integrated view I take of modern Brighton.

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BRIGHTON FESTIVAL REVIEW: If I could I would: Mimbre

May 15, 2017

Mimbre don’t challenge; they change and provide a healthy counter narrative to the usual edge-of-danger acrobatics and physical theatre and ‘If I could I would’ allows them to convince us that we’ve all got capacity to fly, have pools of resilience and sometimes you just need two cheeky old ladies at a bus stop to give you a push.

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