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Queer Heritage South awarded National Lottery Heritage Fund grant to develop new strategy for LGBTQ+ heritage across Brighton & Hove

Graham Robson April 11, 2024

Queer Heritage South – run by the team from queer producing company Marlborough Productions – has announced initial support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for the development of its project Queer Heritage South: Live Archive, which aims to create a city-wide, long-term strategy for the collection, archiving, and sharing of our city‚Äôs rich LGBTQ+ […]

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Arts

New Queers on the Block 2024: a space to develop and celebrate LGBTQ+ artists and communities across England

Graham Robson March 14, 2024

Lead Pic: Oozing Gloop. Credit Kaleido Shoots As a leading UK producer of queer-led intersectional performance and events, newly Arts Council England NPO-awarded Marlborough Productions has released details of New Queers on the Block 2024, a space for the development and celebration of LGBTQ+ artists and communities across England. Since the scheme began in 2018, […]

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Arts

Brighton Queer History Club Presents: A Brighton Dome Special

Graham Robson October 4, 2022

Join Brighton Queer History Club in the Museum Lab in Brighton Museum & Art Gallery on Sunday, October 30 for a journey into the rich history of LGBTQ+ culture of Brighton Dome since it became a concert hall in 1867.

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LGBTQ+ News

Queer in Brighton to present ‘No Longer Private’ at Queer Bloomsbury at Charleston

Graham Robson September 15, 2022

This coming Sunday, September 18, Queer in Brighton is holding a special Queer¬†History Club, presenting¬†cutting edge research from¬†Samson Dittrich in conversation with the inimitable¬†Kuchenga, to mark the launch of the first major public¬†exhibition¬†of Duncan Grant’s erotic drawing Very Private?‚Ä®‚Ä®

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Arts

Marlborough Productions announces ‘New Queers on the Block 2022’ commissioned artists

Graham Robson March 9, 2022

The programme has commissioned these new artists to embark on a six-month development period across New Queers on the Block’s national network

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Arts

Paul Hamlyn Foundation supports Marlborough Productions with three-year grant funding

Graham Robson February 3, 2022

Marlborough Productions, a catalyst for queen culture and community, has been awarded funding totalling £240,000 across three years from Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Arts Access and Participation Fund, which aims to support change in the way the arts are created, presented, accessed and experienced by addressing inequalities of opportunity and access

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