Broken Rainbow's 10th anniversary

cafe de parisBroken Rainbow – the charitable organisation dedicated to helping LGBT people affected by domestic violence and abuse – is soon to celebrate its tenth anniversary. To commemorate this landmark, the team are throwing a gala dinner on Sunday 20 July 2014 at London's Café De Paris [pictured].

Saints and go-go boys in London

of saints and sinnersOf Saints and Go-Go Boys is a new production from Joseph Mercier and his company PanicLab. Coming to London's Toynbee Studios from 17-19 July 2014, the show has been inspired by Jean Genet's Our Lady Of The Flowers and looks at the concept of "outsiders, misfits and the formation of non-traditional families." The piece was originally Commissioned for Homotopia's tenth anniversary and premiered at Liverpool's Unity Theatre last November, where it was met with great acclaim.

A Purple Reign of role models

purple reign1You've got just a few more days to catch Purple Reign – a Pride-related pop-up exhibition of LGBT role models and straight allies drawn from the fields of law, business, activism, the arts, government and sports. Following the success of his acclaimed 2013 photographic exhibition, Red Hot – which set out to depict sexy images of male red heads – fashion and portrait photographer Thomas Knights has teamed up with the InterLaw Diversity Forum for his latest show.

Join Sinitta at Pride in London!

sinittaSinitta is back! The singer will be releasing her first single in 22 years - a cover of disco classic, 'So Many Men, So Little Time' on the same day as the Pride in London parade - 28 June 2014. She will be performing on the Out In The City and g3 float on the parade, and will then be performing on the main stage at Pride – and she wants you to get involved and to help her make it an amazing day of performances!

Pride's #FreedomTo campaign

freedomto1In a celebration of diversity, Pride in London is this year calling upon Londoners to communicate what freedom means to them. Pride’s ‘#FreedomTo’ campaign asks people to hold up a large piece of paper explaining what freedom is most important to them. This might be the freedom to love, the freedom to be yourself, or the simple freedom to kiss your partner in public.

Help the Grey Liberation Front?

A gay filmmaker has just launched a crowd funding campaign to help make his debut feature film a reality. The Grey Liberation Front is a bittersweet comedy romance set within the confines of a suburban retirement home, which is thrown into disarray by the arrival of Joan, a somewhat flamboyant older gentlemen to be played by Simon Callow. In this most unlikely of settings, at this most unlikely time of life, Joan is offered love and acceptance by Jim, another gentleman resident.

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