In Australia recently for a series of solo gigs, Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley spoke to Garrett Bithell about the relationship between fashion and music, youth-rebellion subcultures in the 80s, and Lady Gaga.
Walk the streets of Rome and you’ll encounter the words of the ancients, the Renaissance, and contemporary proclivities all battling for your attention. But most of all, you’ll realise that buggery is everywhere, writes Colin Fraser.
Following seminal productions of The Changeling and The Duchess of Malfi, Cheek by Jowl, one of the world’s great theatre companies, returns to Jacobean tragedy with a new production of John Ford’s ’Tis Pity She’s A Whore.
Villains, heroes, side kicks, flunkies – some of most memorable queer characters on TV in recent times have been those that have played a supporting role. Alastair Duncan casts an eye over the best of the best.
After 19 consecutive seasons of competitive hockey, champion goalkeeper Gus Johnston knows only too well the pressure facing closeted athletes in the world of professional sports. But that didn't stop him from coming out in the most public way imaginable - through a video on the internet. Now, the former player has hung up his boots to take up a new position - campaigning against homophobia in sport.