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.
A performance of a play about a gay Christlike figure that has sparked protests has been canceled at Tarleton State University. Haven't Tarleton State University heard about freedom of speech ?
Brush is a 'confident and energetic' human drama told through the eyes of best friends Matt and Swanny.
Britain's Got Talent's Lucy Kay will play the Narrator in the upcoming 2016 touring production of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, starring X Factor winner Joe McElderry, from 26th January.
American actor and writer Jimmy Doyle is bringing his acclaimed one-man show "Must Be Nice" to the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival in May.
The full cast details for Carnival Dreams the Musical, which receives its World Premiere at the Ashcroft Theatre Croydon from 3rd to 6th February, has been announced.
As part of the BBC's Gay Britannia season, Radio 3 presents Joe Orton's plays The Ruffian On The Stair and The Erpingham Camp.
Best Selling Author Mob Daughter Karen Gravano was one of the first to join the new run under Bianco Productions, scheduled to open on November 3rd for a limited engagement.
An Irishman is writing a controversial play about a gay affair between a Dublin drugs mule and an ISIS jihadi.
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.