Features previewing this year’s Fringe about: Penny Arcade’s new piece; a rise in trans representation; and DIY shows inspired by blockbuster movies
There is such a thing as a place that would not be improved by the addition of shops or cafés, and the radically free, world-famous graffiti tunnel is such a place.
Some info on talks I’m giving at BFI Southbank in August 2015 about Orson Welles’s radical yet little-known TV work, and London’s vanishing queer spaces
The property developers who own the iconic London LGBTQ venue are trying to pin its possible closure on the campaigners fighting to save it
Camden Council has rejected an attempt by the owners of the shuttered LGBTQ venue to overturn its protective ACV status
The owners of the iconic LGBTQ venue ask Camden Council to remove the community status blocking its redevelopment
To mark the start of the two-month BFI Welles season I co-curated, here’s my Sight & Sound cover story on some of his unknown works
The reason burlesque, drag and cabaret performers should see Channing Tatum’s new male-stripper movie. Okay, another reason.
An exclusive report and photos from inside the shuttered iconic LGBTQ venue the Black Cap following its occupation by squatters
Once upon a time, Freddie Mercury and Kenny Everett put Princess Diana in drag and took her to Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Now a musical based on the event debuts at the Tavern’s weekly Bar Wotever night.