Arts and Culture
The much-loved project is coming to an end. We find out why.
The first reviews of the movie are also in.
You can find out the first thing you ever watched on Netflix. Turns out the answer is Orange is the New Black.
‘I’m getting out of the truck to do makeup’
REVIEW: The ‘enfant terrible’ of French fashion brings his Fashion Freak revue to London for a limited run
LesFlicks was officially launched today at the LFest festival in Wales, UK
This ending of this version of Cinderella, the happily ever after, celebrates same-sex love
With its roots in the 1970s Gay Liberation Front, radical drag theatre troupe Bloolips are remembered with an exhibition in London this week
Florence hailed ‘matriarchal experience’ on stage in Hyde Park last night, at festival brimming with top female performers
The evocative Warren Cup, which the museum purchased for £1.8m, is among the objects on display
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I want you all naked and stiffer then President Giscard!’ Film hits UK cinemas tomorrow
Torres co-wrote Los Espookys, a new hilariously absurdist HBO show
Gay actor is also lending his voice to Rupert in new LGBTI podcast series The Two Princes, putting a queer spin to the usual fairytale narrative
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I feel so in tune with the world trying to ask for labels to disappear’ says The River singer
‘The category is nude realness!’ says organizer of the inaugural Starkers Academy Ball, coming to London, UK, on 5 July
Strike a pose!
EXCLUSIVE: Writer/TV star Stephen tells GSN of groundbreaking short film: ‘I’m very proud to have been involved in a small way’
Billy Porter hit the red carpet wearing an outfit made from the red velvet curtains from Kinky Boots
Rotten Tomatoes has drawn up a list of the highest-rated LGBT movies on its aggregator website
EXCLUSIVE: As Netflix revives his classic LGBTI story, the iconic writer on celebrating his wedding anniversary on set and leaving San Fran for London
EXCLUSIVE: Armistead Maupin, who wrote the books the new Netflix show’s based on, also has cameo in Katya’s scene
The watercolor and ink artist draws inspiration from fantasy, manga, art nouveau and the supernatural for his decidedly queer art (NSFW)
EXCLUSIVE: ‘It would’ve been amazing, but…’ director Dexter Fletcher on his idea for Elton/Freddie film interaction
OPINION: Making this film further enhanced my love and nostalgia for the 90s, says director Oli Mason
Sensitive straight guys sway en masse for Justin, excitable LGBTIs assemble for Chris – but who did we prefer?
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I was created by gay men!’ says Oscar-winner Emma of new talk show host character’s look
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Sirens was a different beast!’ says star, who played hook-up-loving Ashley in 2011 C4 show
Oliver Cuthbert’s parents adorably watched and cheered along
Amélie The Musical is on tour across the UK and Ireland until 21 September
Gentleman Jack has just been renewed for a second season and this is why it’s great news for queer women