We’re thrilled that #DanceLive16 starts this Friday in Aberdeenshire and kicks off with an incredible piece by the formidable force that is Jo Fong. This piece has already enjoyed epic success as part of the British Council Showcase 2015 and British Dance Edition 2016. Jo has is a truly distinctive […]
The macho world of boxing provides the backdrop for a brand new gay play from the award-winning writer of ‘Away From Home’ Rob Ward.
Mainly because we love Madonna and America and this video made 13 years ago was way ahead of it’s time. So much so that even Madge felt it was appropriate not to release the original cut. It’s graphic as hell – but also beautiful.
Chelsea Manning, the US soldier imprisoned for passing classified files to WikiLeaks, now stands accused of misconduct stemming from her suicide attempt earlier this month and could land in solitary confinement indefinitely, her lawyers said on Thursday. In response to her suicide attempt, playwright Stan Richardson of the forthcoming Edinburgh […]
Joe’s NYC Bar is an immersive, interactive, improvisational performance experience where the audience are transported to a bar in Brooklyn where not everybody know’s your name, but they’re willing the learn it, if you’re willing to participate. No subject is off topic, and with a company from Downtown Orlando coming […]
LA actor, director and writer Alan Palmer is set to hit the Edinburgh Fringe this August in an irony laced Prima-lounge show The Final, Final, Farewell Tour of Delores and Dick DelRubio. Palmer, best known for playing Corus on the Fox hit, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is returning to Edinburgh after a […]
Alice wants to come out as a lesbian. Her girlfriend wants to start living as a man. It’s New Year in Rotterdam and Alice has finally plucked up the courage to email her parents and tell them she’s gay. But before she can hit send, her girlfriend reveals that he […]
We’re a little bit in love with an Irish boy called XNTHONY. Last year, on a whistle-stop visit to Dublin during the Tiger Dublin Fringe, our very own BCW found himself with a spare 2 hours on a rainy Thursday night. Scanning the programme of events, a cheeky wee show caught […]
It took him a decade to research and write, but Australian journalist and writer Michael Burge was not about to let his transgender Shakespearean tale languish in the desk drawer. He talks to LGBTicons about his latest book Merely Players: Acting Like Shakespeare Really Matters, searching for queer stage icons, […]