Coming to Greater Manchester and Lancashire in February The Adhesion of Love tells the extraordinary story of a group of Bolton fanboys who met their hero – the visionary queer poet Walt Whitman.
February 6 will see a massive public consultation held by Better Buses for Greater Manchester, where the public are invited to a panel to discuss what to do about the city’s beleaguered buses.
Despite its traditional history, Oldham is currently the host to an innovative solution to something which is, sadly, also common in quintessential Northern British Towns, male suicide. MM look at Andy’s Man Club, established by the brother-in-law of a suicide victim…
It’s so rare for me to think a one-man show isn’t long enough because, let’s be honest, most of them could be condensed into 15 minutes.
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.
A propaganda war has been playing out in Manchester’s iconic Gay Village since the beginning of October.
While the EDL rally in Piccadilly Gardens on Saturday had only 30 attendees, the anti-fascist counter protest organised in response had an estimated 100.
‘One of the most significant celebrations of LGBT life’: Manchester Pride set for stellar 2019 event
Manchester Pride aims to be a consumer-driven, community-led event in future after an open attendance consultation earlier this week helped shape its future.
Like a kind of LGBT time-warping Howard’s End, The Pride shows how relationships, sex, self-worth and fate are intricately entwined with the society and period we live in.
Let Me Look At You explores the diametrically opposed relationship between two generations of gay men – between the narrator (Mark Pinkosh) and the eponymous ‘you’, a young man in his late 20s.
‘People can wait a YEAR before recognising they have an eating disorder’: Beat bust bulimia myths in Heaton Park
A turn-of-the-season September morning saw a group of people on Heaton Park surrounded by fluttering banners as Beat, a charity dedicated to helping people suffering from eating disorders, came to Manchester last month.