The Curious Case of Albert Cashier : Lincoln’s ‘Lady’ Soldier : a compelling new play now touring Ireland

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  There is seemingly no end to the amount of queer history that is uncovered these days, and each story makes a great contribution to how our LGBTQ+ community has evolved.  Over in Ireland, the innovative Quinetssanece Theatre Group is currently touring the country with a thrilling new play The Curious Case of Albert Cashier: … Continue reading

Fiilmaker David France & queer activist Victoria Cruz talk about The Death & Life of Marsha P. Johnson

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Following his first highly successful documentary ‘How To Survive A Plague’ which deservedly won him an Oscar Nomination, filmmaker David France has now turned his attention to the mystery surrounding the death of legendary NY drag queen and activist Marsha P. Johnson for his sophomore movie.  With the help of Victoria Cruz who was about to retire from the NY Anti-Violence Project, they try to get to the truth of what really happened to this stalwart of the Gay Liberation movement who was a central figure in the Stonewall riots.

The interview for Queerguru on PTV’s Channel 99 as part of their coverage of #PIFF2017 was filmed at The Lands End Inn by Heather Reed and Hussein Wentz, and was edited by Roger Walker-Dack


For Queerguru's  full review of the movie, click HERE

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews “Freedom: 50 years of Pride’

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  There couldn’t be better timing for this documentary. Not because it’s being released over Pride weekend in London but because it reminds everyone, as Channel 4 TV  faces privatization, that powerful, passionate work is driven by purpose, not profit. If that sounds a bit whole grain for your gluten-free palate don’t worry, it’s also … Continue reading

The Royal Mail issue a set of comparative postage stamps to celebrate The 50th Anniversary of Londons first Gay Pride

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  Seemingly everything in the UK is steeped in history.  Tak the national postal service known as The Royal Mail. It started back in 1516 when Henry VIII established a “Master of the Posts”, a position that was renamed “Postmaster General” in 1710. Upon his accession to the throne of England at the Union of the Crowns in 1603, James … Continue reading

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