“Grindr’s 10 Commandments for Gay Pride.”

June 4, 2013 by  
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With Pride season upon us and celebrations occurring worldwide, Grindr – the largest, farthest-reaching and widest-ranging of any gay mobile social app – has decided to come up with “Grindr’s 10 Commandments for Gay Pride.” Pride was created to take a positive stance against discrimination and celebrate the LGBT community, but you don’t want to […]


February 28, 2013 by  
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     (The names of the innocent have been changed to protect the guilty) I, like every other drag queen for 100 miles, had been invited to celebrate Ma Soap’s ‘40th’. One look at the old girl and you knew it certainly wasn’t her birthday, well not her 40th anyway, as I’d been to 5 of […]

Explosive new club for Newcastle

February 13, 2013 by  
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                                       THE SHARP BOYS : nicophoto.co.uk THE BOMB, brainchild of ‘The Secret Party People’  a group of promoters made up of infamous International club promoter Craig Wilde, Newcastle’s highly successful Cabaret & Trebles Bar  ‘Eazy Street’ operator Paul Rowe and new kids on the block PR & Events Company The Entertainment Directors – Jonny Cox […]


February 11, 2013 by  
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The 27th BFI London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival (LLGFF) is back at  BFI Southbank, London with a festival of 11 days and a new look programme that’s packed full of films, special guests, events, workshops, and music (14 – 24 March 2013). Opening Night is a great new documentary I Am Divine about the […]

Beyonce – Sometimes it pays to be mistaken for a drag queen

October 2, 2012 by  
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I’m standing at the bar when I notice the boy next to me is giving me the eye. Not just any boy, you understand, but the kind of boy that you look at and immediately decide the rest of the world suddenly doesn’t matter any more. The kind of boy who makes you grin so […]

The World According to “MISS ORRY”

November 30, 2010 by  
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I’ve just recovered from Drag Idol 2010 & I just want to congratulate this year’s winner Cherry Pops & thank everyone involved in this year’s event for a top job & also everyone who came to support us and for raising over £8000 on the night for Yorkshire Mesmac.

Meanwhile, to celebrate drag everywhere, I’m giving […]

It’s all Non-Stop for Andy

April 28, 2010 by  
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He’s one half of Britpop’s legendary duos, Erasure and, together with keyboard player Vince Clarke has produced over 13 successful albums and achieved well over 30 hit singles. Andy Bell, the man with one of the most iconic singing voices in music, has now branched out to produce his second solo album… Non-Stop… and what […]

Scarlette Fever

December 21, 2009 by  
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You may already be familiar with Scarlette’s debut single, the John Barry/Midnight Cowboy inspired song, “You Don’t Know My Name”, a haunting and effective piece of music that promises ‘good things’ from her forth coming album, Medication Time. Scarlette was brought up on a farm in a Hertfordshire village. In her words “growing up here […]