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LGBT+

Lloyd Eyre-Morgan and Neil Ely’s new musical Closets opens up an important discussion with great charm and sensitivity. It’s 1988 and 16 year old Henry’s...

In order to make sense of the present, it’s important to examine the past. This is the earth-shattering revelation made by New York playwright...

Now same-sex marriage is legal, is the struggle for LGBT+ equality over? Has the gay community lost its reason for being in today’s US?...

Alexis Gregory's Riot Act fits into a long tradition of gay solo performances, and with this tribute to the work of gay activists, Gregory...

Theatremakers and critics are being forced to chart challenging cultural waters, alert to new sensitivities that their work and words may provoke. Twice in...

After Mart Crowley found success with his groundbreaking 1968 play The Boys in the Band, about the lives of gay men in New York,...

A quarter of theatre productions at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe deal with social issues such as mental health and the #MeToo movement, according...

Emma Frankland is headlining an event celebrating trans and non-binary artists as part of the Trans Pride season at the Marlborough Theatre in Brighton....

Last Friday morning I woke up to 14 friends congratulating me via text on my show’s transfer to the Other Palace with a planned...
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