Half Moon’s production of Hot Orange is a powerful homage to childhood friendship and love in an immersive insight into
Dibby Theatre’s Toxic, currently on at Home, is a haunting and beautiful love letter to the queer experience of passion.
One-woman show Cheeky Little Brown, which explores the complexities of adult friendships and Queer Black female identity alongside original and
When visiting Hebden Bridge it’s clear to see why the LGBTQIA+ community has gathered around such a quaint and eccentric
Nestled in the Market Garden at Platt Fields Park beneath the blazing sun, LGBTQ+ people from across Manchester gathered in
Matthew Cornford, owner of Northern Quarter bookshop Queer Lit UK, spoke to MM about the success of his store, the
‘Sensational’ and star-studded examples of LGBT cinema are set to hit the big screen at Manchester’s HOME as part of a film festival that has been touring the country.
Contact Theatre rounded off its Queer Contact 2014 festival in celebration of LGBT History Month with an evening of spoken word poetry
‘Queer’ drinkers fury: Manchester Wetherspoons deny refusing service over sexuality but admit homophobic comments
Wetherspoons apologise for any offence caused
Identity Parade, Poutfest, Posh Tramps and Papooses and more
‘Louder, prouder and more ‘out’ than ever before’: Your definitive guide to Manchester Pride’s Big Weekend 2012
Your guide to Manchester Pride.