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Archive of: Culture

Have you seen The Penetration Play?

Described by The New York Times as a “Cracklingly funny comedy about the flexibility of sexual identity”

Review: Boxes at Brighton Fringe

Exploring the intimacies and complexities of family life 📦

Anthea Hamilton transforms the heart of Tate Britain

The Squash: a solo performer in a squash-like costume inhabits the Duveen Galleries...

Queering The Map

Hayley Anderson chats to Lucas LaRochelle, the founder of a new interactive map, to find out how the project came to be

At home with Heather Peace

Ahead of the DIVA Music Festival, Roxy Bourdillon spends the day in Brighton with the actor, singer and mum of three

Adam All: “People thought I was weird when I dressed in drag”

DIVA meets the UK’s leading (and most snappily dressed) drag king

Review: Subira at Brighton Fringe

Subira, in Swahili, means patience. Something Subira Wahogo is quickly running out of...

Catching up with spoken word poet Andrea Gibson

"My heaviest poems are my most hopeful poems"

IDAHOBIT: A poem

LGBT Poet Laureate shares a poem for International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia

You don't want to miss this incredible lesbian Othello

“The potency of seeing a woman, particularly an older, black woman, occupy this place of narrative centrality cannot be underestimated” - The Stage
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