10 years on from a homophobic attack, the Queer Historian traces his attackers and confronts them in a new play that you can see at this year's Brighton Fringe.
Groundbreaking and Powerful play about the death of Matthew Shepard comes to Brighton.
The New York return of Pussy, a one-woman show about a lesbian couple, their overly curious landlady and one highly opinionated cat.
"Fred Phelps and his minion/sister (singular tense intentional) are more than welcome to come and protest my show. As there will be a large group of gay and very fashionable straight people at the event, I will be enforcing the following: The wearing of Polyester will be strictly prohibited.
A new play, inspired by the struggles of lesbians and gay men who have fled to the UK to escape persecution, will be performed in the North East later this month.
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Indian actress will join an all-star cast to raise funds for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex advocates around the world.
WatersEdge Productions, a new independent theatre company, presents its debut production in Toronto: the Canadian premiere of bare, the rock musical that has garnered a worldwide fan base since its award-winning Los Angeles staging, and its subsequent sold-out five-week Off-Broadway run.
British actors Hugh Dancy and Ben Whishaw have won praise for their turns playing troubled gay lovers in a New York production of a play that jumps back and forth from repressed 1950s London to 2008.
First came the musical. Then the movie. Now the party begins. But when you enter the frame there is no musical. No theatre stage.