Athens

Athens

Greece may be going through some economic turmoil, but Athens remains a dazzling city that boasts the historic beauty of The Acropolis and wild nightlife for LGBT party animals, says…
Glimmer

Glimmer

I wrote this short story for the ‘Exhibitionists: Photosoirée No.3. fanzine. The theme was ‘Glimmer’. Martin sipped on his vodka and Tesco Value orange juice and continued to blend the…
Penny Arcade

Penny Arcade

Penny Arcade Aka Susana Ventura is a performance artist, author and experimental theatre practitioner. She’s been kicking against conformity since the ’60s. Penny’s kept her radical roots, refused to censor…
The Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum

Regardless of the legal complexities and fears of ‘setting a precedent’ we should return the Parthenon marbles, says Stewart Who? When I first came to Athens in ’87, Stuart Laing…
Cusp

Cusp

I wrote this short story for the ‘Exhibitionists: Photosoirée No.2. fanzine. The theme was ‘Cusp’. As Sadie and Jonathan staggered out the door of Longwave Bar and into the crowds…
John Lydon- Not So Rotten

John Lydon- Not So Rotten

John Lydon a.k.a Johnny Rotten is best known as the raucous lead singer of the Sex Pistols. There’s no doubt the band have left a cultural legacy that makes them…
The Clinic

The Clinic

The Clinic is a new play by Patrick Cash. Written with unprecedented access to Soho sexual health clinic 56 Dean Street, it’s shaped by verbatim transcript, creative work and spoken…
Shoehorn

Shoehorn

Amy Winehouse, Heath Ledger, Anna Nicole Smith, Whitney Houston- we know the names of the famous, who lost their lives through addiction. But every day, people without a high public…
McQueen

McQueen

McQueen is a new play by James Phillips. The production takes inspiration from the late designer’s runway shows, mixing fact and fantasy to create a ‘beautiful and haunting voyage’. It…