Gay Times Honours
The annual ceremony, which will recognise individuals and organisations that have had a profound impact on the lives of LGBTQ people, will take place on 8 November at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.
Famous faces and high profile figures from the LGBTQ community and beyond will descend on the city for the ceremony. It marks the first time Gay Times has held a flagship event of this scale in the UK outside of London.
Gay Times Honour for Arts and Culture
You’ve Changed on tour in the Netherlands
The first ‘Love for All’ week will be held from 27 October to 3 November in Leeuwarden in a very aptly named venue, De Harmonie. Whether you’re gay, lesbian, bi, hetero, transgender or transsexual - everyone is welcome! All performances in the ‘Love for All’ week will centre around the theme of love: affectionate love, tragic love, but most of all, love for everyone. This special week will build up to a final fantastic international concert event on 3 November.
‘You’ve Changed’ is back with singing, dancing, hard-won humour and wisdom. It sheds light on transitioning from a man to a woman during the dark trans days of 2003. Kate transitions on stage from Fred Astaire to Ginger Rogers while challenging the principle of ‘genitals equal gender’ and literally laying herself bare. In ‘You’ve Changed’, a team of choreographers, musicians and cinematographers explores the ins and outs and ups and downs of transitioning. The show makes us wonder how far we’ve come and how much farther we have to go. According to Kate, the world is changing but not fast enough.
Northern Soul Awards - Great Northerners
Northern Soul has spent the past few months looking for nominations for its Top 50 Great Northerners. So, whether it's your friendly neighbourhood lollipop man, the lady who owns your favourite street food van, a business owner or a household name, we wanted to know your favourite Northern Souls.
The results are in - and it's a cracking list full of brilliant names. Including our very own artistic director Kate O’Donnell.