GFEST - Gaywise FESTival, recognised as London LGBTQI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex) cross-arts annual event in November has announced 2015 dates: Monday the 9th to Friday the 20 November.Read more
Irreverent Dance, the LGBTQ-friendly body-positive adult dance school, has this week opened Europe’s first gender-neutral community dance studio in Kentish Town, London. Supported by a Kickstarter campaign in 2014 that raised more than £36,000, bookings are now open for the dance school’s first term of classes in its new home.Read more
Alicya Eyo and Bethany Black to host flagship Stonewall fundraising event - the 10K walk takes place in Brighton on Sunday 10 May. Money raised will help improve the lives of LGBT peopleRead more
Since its creation The Chris Smith List has distributed £40,000 to openly-LGBT candidates across the country standing in general elections, London Assembly and European elections.Read more
On December 4th 2014, Titania Soho held an event in aid of cervical cancer. Its purpose was to raise money and to spread the word of the importance of screening of women, especially those in the LBTQ community.Read more
On the first anniversary of gay marriage, 28 March 2015; Gay Family Lawyers launched in the UK. Gay Family Lawyers is a new service for gay couples and families providing tailored advice on the myriad of family law issues from highly regarded family specialists.Read more
FiveFilms4Freedom is the world’s first digital, global, LGBT film festivalRead more
Stonewall’s Silent Auction is now open for bidding
Money raised will support Stonewall’s work towards achieving lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans equality
Hot on the heels of a successful festival circuit with the Trans* / relationship drama Brace (recently screened at our LGBT History Month event) comes Jake Graf's second short about older gay love, made once again with the exciting creative partnership alongside Alicya Eyo.Read more
Stonewall, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans equality charity, has launched its first Young Writers’ competition for budding authors between the ages of 14 and 17. The competition invites young people to submit short stories and poems that support the theme of ‘LGBT equality: changing hearts and minds’.Read more
We are thrilled to announce that we are now accepting submissions for the fifth Wotever DIY Film Festival 2015. Our annual celebration of queer lo-fi filmmaking will once again feature films, discussions, workshops and more at the beautiful Cinema Museum in London.Read more
Stonewall today announces that it will extend its remit to campaign for trans equality in a landmark report. The historic move follows extensive consultation with over 700 trans people and will see the charity use its platform and experience to help create real change for them.Read more
The Londay Gay Big Band (LGBB) are holding open auditions to find the next big headline singer to perform live with the twenty piece band at their upcoming show at Stratford Circus Arts Centre in the spring. First auditions will be held in November, culiminating in a spectacular live final show in front of the judges and a live audience in December.
Stand up to bullys and help young LGBT people feel safe. Stonewall is asking you to sign the #NoBystanders pledge to help stamp out homophobic language.Read more
Today (July 7th) marks the 25th anniversary of the UK’s Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) youth homelessness charity, The Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT), celebrated with a Reception at Manchester Town Hall hosted by Lord Mayor of the City of Manchester, Councilor Susan Cooley.Read more
On May the 11th Barberette is gave customers and friends the opportunity to have their own G. I. Jane moment – all for a good cause... A sponsored head-shaving event all in aid of Moorfields Eye Hospital!
The talented barber has had a personal brush with eyesight problems when her partner Sam suddenly lost sight in one eye last summer. She has chosen to raise funds for Moorfields Eye Hospital as they provided fantastic support over this difficult time and ensured that Sam received the best possible care.
When we founded the London Gay Big Band three years ago in a damp and dingy basement of a London bookshop, we could never have dreamt of the amazing journey that we have been on, culminating in our upcoming Semi Final performance this week on the World's most prominent Talent show and a global stage!Read more