Roman is going all Starkers

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  The people at Starkers have another Life Drawing class at The Glory in London and the model this time will Boylesque performer Roman.   The theme is Horror, and so you can draw Roman’s bloody performance whilst enjoying a playlist of camp horror classics.  One the other best things is they don’t even care … Continue reading



Spectrum London : a new diverse webseries

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We are never quite sure when our friend the trans activist and filmmaker Jake Graf ever eases up on his work load, as hot on the release of his latest short movie Dusk currently wowing audiences on the Film Festival circuit comes Spectrum London a new webseries that he wrote and starred in. The series embraces … Continue reading



Buttmitzvah : Third Time Schmucky

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Oy Gay! BUTTMITZVAH London’s first ever queer Jewish club night which is a  brand new, shlongtastically fabulous take on the ancient ritual into adulthood is hosting a new event  on May 27th 2017: Third Time Schmucky.  BUTTMITZVAH is a queer Jewish extravaganza and the ultimate cumming of age party, combining live music, comedy, theatre, drag … Continue reading



Before We Were Men

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  London’s National Portrait Gallery has a stunning new Exhibit that beautifully documents the vibrant 1980s London art and club scene with photographs of many of its gay stylish leaders such as Leigh Bowery, Derek Jarman and Gilbert & George. Before We Were Men is the work of photographer David Gwinnut  who has captured the generation … Continue reading



Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Not these Naked Boys Reading!

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  London’s Naked Boys Reading are turning their attention to the work of Virginia Woolf one of the leading lights of the famed literary Bloomsbury Group in the first half of the 20th Century. Ms Woolf was also know for her rather notorious affair with the rather glamorous Vita Sackville-West but even that was not … Continue reading



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