A Billion Times I Love You : a queer love story

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Founded in 2004, the Liverpool UK-based HOMOTOPIA Festival is now the UK’s longest-running LGBTQIA arts and culture festival. It’s art an and social justice organization that is making a significant cultural impact through both art and activism. Every October/November the Homotopia Festival presents a variety of LGBTQIA art across multiple venues and outdoor spaces in the … Continue reading

World Premiere of HOUSE OF CHAVIS exploring troubling relationships between LGBTQ+ folx and their families.

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  Tomorrow night, THE OTHER SIDE OF SILENCE (TOSOS) is presenting the World Premiere of Robert Macke’s funny new play House of Chavis.   It’s the story of what happens when a father discovers his estranged son is competing on a reality television series … as a drag queen. It is a moving exploration of the … Continue reading

Jonathan Bailey & Taron Egerton together in ‘COCK’

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  Mike Barlett’s award-winning play COCK is about to get a star-studded revival in London’s Ambassadors Theatre.   It’s the story of John, a gay man who feels torn after meeting and falling in love with a woman.  It all happens after he decides to take a break from his boyfriend of 7 years when he … Continue reading

Courtney Act has re-opened a London theatre starring in a ‘Dragatha Christie’ murder mystery”

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  Courtney Act first burst on to US TV Screens in season six of Ru Paul’s Drag Race, but by then the dragqueen/singer was already quite famous in her native Australia.  She first came to prominence competing on the first season of Australian Idol in 2003 which landed her a recording contract with Sony.   Courtney may not … Continue reading

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