Community News

Community Centre Edges a Step Closer

Independent newspaper B247 says that for the first time in nearly forty years, an LGBTQIA Community Centre could be a reality for Bristol. Activist Mark Ferbache is in negotiations with the City Council on the lease of a building believed to be in the Old Market Area, close to the heart of alternative and multicultural Bristol. Look out for a fundraising night taking place at the end of July and visit our website for a link to the project's Go Fund Me crowdsourcing page.

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LGBTQIA Celebs with their Feline Friends

Attitude Magazine reports that members of our community – always known to have enjoyed caring for animals – are just about more likely to own a cat as a dog (but only just mind – the common theme being that we are thoroughly committed to animal welfare).

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Tom Allen on Pride and Community Belonging

Tom Allen, whose latest television q uiz show has seen him come in from the comedy underground to entertainment mainstream, is a likeable gay man and fierce defender of the right to be camp.

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Drag Performer Speaks on Lack of Govt Support

Intensely socially aware and avowedly political – that sounds like our type of club and cabaret night. And that's exactly what is coming to the top Bristol gay nightclub The Queenshilling on June 24th.

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Celebrations as Trans Pride March Takes Place

Trans Pride UK takes place on Saturday 26th June. The march revives the long tradition of LGBTQ protest, and will involve thousands of trans people and allies as they march through central London.

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05
Jun

ShoutOut has always been about coalition, and community radio services like this one are about having fun rather than building empires.

05
Jun

The life Franklin E Kameny, one of the trailblazers of the early homosexual rights movements of the nineteen fifties and sixties, is celebrated this week by a Google “Doodle” on the web search's ma

02
Jun

Tributes have been pouring in for one of the most important lesbian activists of the twentieth century, Kay Lahusen, also known as Kay Tobin, who has passed on at the age of ninety one.

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May

Tributes have been pouring in for one of the most important lesbian activists of the twentieth century, Kay Lahusen, also known as Kay Tobin, who has passed on at the age of ninety one.

10
May

Boy George was among those stars paying tribute to the model and sometime singer, Nick Kamen, whose appearance in a 1985 jeans commercial on ITV and Channel Four (then the only com

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