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14
Jul

Book review: Dusty Springfield

on Monday, 14 July 2014 10:47.

dusty springfield bookIf your knowledge of Dusty Springfield extends only to her biggest hit singles, this new biography from Karen Bartlett – Dusty – An Intimate Portrait of a Musical Legend – which is rich with information on some of her most significant personal relationships, is likely come as a revelation, says David Hudson...

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11
Jul

Film review: I Am Divine

on Friday, 11 July 2014 13:10.

divine1After a screening at the 2013 London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, this eagerly-awaited documentary finally receives a UK cinema release thanks to LGBT-friendly distribution company, Peccadillo Pictures. As its title suggests, this is a much-deserved look back at the life of Harris Glen Milstead, better known by his alter ego: the drag creation, Divine.

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10
Jul

Positive East Q&A with Lord Fowler

on Thursday, 10 July 2014 12:44.

lord fowlerAIDS – Don't Die Of Prejudice is a special Q&A event being held on Thursday 31 July at Positive East in London's East End. The discussion will feature Lord Fowler [pictured], the former Secretary of State for Health and Social Security in the UK in the 1980's during the Thatcher-led Conservative Government. Lord Fowler was the politician responsible for the 'Don't Die of Ignorance' campaign.

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08
Jul

Cancer is a drag at Manbar

on Tuesday, 08 July 2014 10:23.

cancer is a dragThe simply titled Drag! is a one-off fundraiser taking place at ManBar in London to support Cancer is a Drag – an organization working towards the relief of financial hardship and the promotion of wellbeing for people living with cancer. The event will take place on Thursday 24 July 2014 between 7-11pm, and will include many well-known names from the drag circuit.

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07
Jul

Albert Kennedy Trust anniversary

on Monday, 07 July 2014 13:09.

akt logo 25Today (7 July) marks the 25th anniversary of the UK's LGBT youth homelessness charity, The Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT) This landmark has been celebrated with a reception at Manchester Town Hall hosted by Lord Mayor of the City of Manchester, councilor Susan Cooley.
Created in Manchester out of the LGBT activism of the 70's and 80's, a group of volunteers, led by Cath Hall, launched the Albert Kennedy Trust to address the rejection and abuse some LGBT youth faced just after coming out to their parents, care giver of peers.

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