The May issue - now on sale!
Out in the City magazine is more widely available. Find out how to get your copy.
1. Go to the shops
Out In The City is available in WH Smiths and all good newsagents, priced £2.95, from Friday 26 April 2013.
Where to get your copy
2. Get it on your mobile device
You can download the Out In The City magazine app, which will offer additional content. Set up an app subscription and each issue costs less than £1.50! Plus Out In The City is fully interactive with websites. Click on the links below for more details:
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3. Read it on your computer
Get Out in the City magazine downloaded directly to your laptop or computer. Find out more here.
4. Get it to your door
Subscriptions to Out In The City magazine cost just £20 for a year. You can call our subscriptions department on 020 7258 1777.
5. Go through the archives
Read free copies of our online archive - issues published prior to October 2012.
Posted: 25 April 2013
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Gaydar under new ownership
It’s been announced that investment company, Charlie Parsons Creative has backed a management buyout of the Gaydar dating business for an undisclosed sum. The investment company, founded by the television entrepreneur Charlie Parsons, will see Parsons join the Gaydar board, which will be led by CEO Trevor Martin, previously Managing Director of the business.
Stay Hilton. Go Out.
Planning on a trip to London? Perhaps to enjoy June’s Pride festivities? Can we recommend the Hilton-owned The Trafalgar Hotel? Not only is the gorgeous hotel located right in the heart of town – on the edge of Trafalgar Square – but it boasts one of London’s most stunning roof bars – open to both residents and non-residents alike! Vista (pictured here), on the sixth floor, offers stunning views over Trafalgar Square, with the London Eye, Big Ben and other landmarks also clearly visible.
Albert Kennedy and Outpost merge
Two of Britain’s LGBT youth housing support charities have recently announced that they are to merge.
The Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT) and Outpost both support young, homeless LGBT people in the North West, the North East, and London. The charities are set to form new nationwide charity AKT Outpost. This will take place on 8 May 2013.
Outpost will continue to operate in its established region, offering accommodation and support services in the North East, while the AKT will help people in the North West and London. The merger should enable both charities to offer the best level of support to homeless youths and to cope better with the high demand for support networks.