First Time is a one-man show created and performed by Nathaniel Hall, in which he explores his experiences of contracting HIV during his first sexual experience at the age of 16.
British electropop singer-songwriter Aleksandra Denton , known as Shura, has come out as gay for the first time in an interview with MM ahead of her recent gig and Manchester’s Gorilla.
Being gay doesn’t define me but it’s something I’m no longer ashamed of, instead I can accept and embrace it.
LGBT History Month Q&A: Dawn Pomfret gives powerful account of 54 YEARS as a ‘freak’ and a ‘pervert’
MM complete our series of Q&As to celebrate LGBT History Month with a powerful and evocative interview from Dawn Pomfret on life as a ‘freak’ and a ‘pervert’.
LGBT History Month Q&A: Former Manchester Pride boss says ‘everything won’t be fine… it will be fabulous’
To celebrate LGBT History Month, MM talk to Jackie Crozier, an events specialist based in Manchester, about coming out, segregation and the future of equality as part of our ongoing Q&A series.
LGBT History Month Q&A: Anna Phylactic opens up on being ‘outed’ when brother showed diary to whole school
To celebrate LGBT History Month, MM talk to actor and ‘shock in a frock’ drag artist Dan Wallace aka Anna Phylactic about his experience of coming out and what progress Manchester still has to make towards equality.
To celebrate LGBT History Month, MM talk to Paul Burgess, an activist, actor and entertainer, who was born and bred in Oldham, as part of our LGBT Q&A series.
As LGBT History Month enters its final week Outings the world’s first show about real-life ‘coming out’ stories arrives in Manchester for a one-off performance tonight.
MM talk to Jen Yockney, editor of bisexual magazine Bi Community News, about her experiences of coming out and what progress Manchester still has to make towards equality as part of our LGBT History Month Q&A series.
LGBT History Month Q&A: Misty Chance on why it’s easier than ever to ‘become an obituary’ in the Village
To celebrate LGBT History Month, MM talk to LGBT figures from across Greater Manchester about their experiences of coming out and what progress they think the city still has to make towards equality.
Charlie Hooson-Sykes,an Executive Assistant at the University of Manchester, discusses same sex schools, coming out as bisexual and the friendly faces that the city so great with MM.