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Briefs: the Second Coming

Fez Faanana is the founder and leader of acclaimed Australian Boylesque/Circus troupe Briefs. Having stormed Glastonbury the boys are set to wow London with a month’s residency at London ...
Culture: Theatre

Early Morning Rebel launch eponymous collection

Three-piece LA-based Indie band Early Morning Rebel, have proven their style extends beyond their sound by launching their own unisex fashion collection. Layering fashion into their highly ...
Fashion: Latest News

Remembering Elaine Stritch

I first met Elaine Stritch in 2002. She was about to open in her one woman show, Elaine Stritch at Liberty, at The Old Vic. The show had already won plaudits on Broadway and would go on to win ...

Is this the best pop parody ever?

The Key of Awesome love spoofing celebrities and pop-culture and their parody of Ariana Grande – Problem ft. Iggy Azalea is by no means any exception. Check this out, it’s kind of fab:
Culture: Music

Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision at the National Portrait Gallery

I have a terrible secret to confess: the novels of Virginia Woolf, doyenne of the literary world and one of the most celebrated writers in the UK, leave me cold. I’ve just never been able ...
Culture: Visual Arts

Watch: The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier *Beige Exclusive*

The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk is currently taking the Barbican in London by storm. It’s no secret that Gaultier’s avant-garde fashion ...
Fashion: Latest News

Are you ready for a little Exposure?

Artists working without colour come together in a new exhibition at Imitate Modern this month. Exposure presents work in mediums from oil painting to photography and fine-drawing, ...
Culture: Visual Arts

Joan Collins is back in the West End

Joan Collins is returning to the West End with her acclaimed one woman show, Joan Collins: One Night With Joan, to share more stories and secrets of her celebrated life and career as one of the ...
Culture: Theatre

Watch: Woodkid – The Golden Age

Woodkid, the director/artist/producer/musician behind acclaimed videos for Lana Del Rey’s global hit Born To Die, Drake & Rihanna’sTake Care and Katy Perry‘s Teenage Dream, has released yet ...
Culture: Music

Cabaret Soup

Cabaret lovers can get their weekly fix of top performers with a new youtube channel. Discover outlandish boundary pushing comedy, upbeat life stories and inspirational icons on Cabaret Soup ...
Culture: CultureTheatre

The day the musing died

Gay icon Quentin Crisp inspired many. But what was it like to get to know him? Nige Burton recalls a very special friendship – and one with a sad, unexpected ending. Sadly, Quentin Crisp ...

Something For The Weekend: Sam

Fancy a little Something For The Weekend? How about these smoking hot pictures of Sam from Nemesis in Manchester, courtesy of Darren Black? It’s two thumbs up from us! Photography: Darren ...
Culture: Visual Arts

Christians and cake – let them eat it.

Did you hear the one about the Christian bakers refusing to make a big old gay ‘Support Equal Marriage’ cake? Belfast baking company, Ashers, told their customer, LGBT campaigning group ...

From Grier to fraternity

The inimitable Mark O’Connell gives us his take on the Nash Grier homophobic slur controversy. Oh, Nash Grier. Or can I call you Gash? Because the behaviour of the former has certainly been