The things LGBTQ people need from our public spaces has changed. But is it even possible for new models to emerge in London in 2016?
The alt-cabaret superstars’ long-awaited return is a joy – and not just because Kiki’s legs wound up wrapped around my face.
Control vies fruitfully with vulnerability in Split Britches’ latest show, based on Peggy Shaw’s experiences of a stroke.
East London’s ringmaster can’t afford to live there any more. But the show will go on – starting with Woo’s verbatim-theatre history of the Shoreditch scene.
An interview with the formidable queer storyteller about his latest project, a music-hall take on real-life story of Victorian cross-dressing.
Nearly a year after the Black Cap’s unceremonious closure, its doors remain shut – from one perspective a slap in the face, from another a kind of victory.
The London queer-performance photographer talks about her long-exposure portraits, which show artists in and out of drag in the same shot.
J.M. Tyree and I review the Coens’ new film for Sight & Sound, suggesting it is not only a love letter to the movies but also a work that is unusually interested in technical virtuosity, and in systems of belief.
A win/win approach to the shuttered icon: reopen it as an LGBT+ venue whose profits support its leaseholder’s wider plans
10 titles of interest at this year’s London LGBT Film Festival, from sauna zombies to queer burlesquers