Lucy from The Chronicles of Narnia stars in an 8-minute LGBTQ+ love story

Rebecca Shoptaw released Girl, Sweetvoiced on June 30, 2019, to a chorus of applause from the wlw community. In a just eight minutes, she has created a minimalistic yet powerfully familiar portrayal of two young women yearning for one another on sight. In the eight minutes and forty-four seconds of the lesbian short film Girl, Sweetvoiced, starring Georgie Henley (Narnia) and Antoinette Belle, the waves of nostalgia were strong enough to knock me to my knees. The film is an accumulation of layers: worry, doubt, sensuality, attraction, longing and, as…

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Lucy Whittaker talks her new single ‘Miracle’, performing at Pride and her thoughts on Straight Pride

After the release of her new single ‘Miracle’ on Thursday, Tom George went to see one of BBC Radio 1’s favourite newcomers , Lucy Whittaker, perform at the Wellington Club. Afterwards they sat down to chat about ‘Miracle’, her career aspirations, her love for Lady Gaga and her thoughts on Straight Pride.

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Chatting with the Mesmerising Israeli Singer, Alma Kal

Alma Kal is a 21-year-old musician from Rehovot, Israel. Last year she debuted her first single Sheda off her newly released debut album Tefillah. In the process, she unintentionally announced to the world that she is a lesbian. She has gone on to perform at all of Israel’s Pride parades, including Tel-Aviv. As I got to chat to her amongst her busy schedule, I found a woman with a gentle soul and a great sense of humour.

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Andrea Di Giovanni Talks Birmingham Pride, Queer Representation and his Latest Single, ‘Bang’

Not many people can say that RuPaul is a fan of theirs. But Pride’s Got Talent 2018 finalist, Andrea Di Giovanni, certainly can. Before he takes to the stage at Birmingham Pride this summer, we asked Andrea a few questions on the importance of queer representation, Chechnya, his latest single and what is next for him. Hi Andrea, we heard that you will be performing at Birmingham Pride this year alongside Years and Years, Lady Leshurr and Aja. How are you feeling? I’m feeling super excited! Birmingham Pride, compared to…

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‘Pride’s Got Talent’ is back and it’s bigger and better than ever

Searching for the UK’s biggest LGBT+ star, Pride’s Got Talent is back for its sixth season. The competition, in partnership with Amazon Music, seeks the best LGBT+ talents London has to offer. Contestants can apply through one of two categories: Music or Cabaret. The heats are held in different LGBT+ venues across London and finish in a two part grand finale at the Charring Cross Theatre. All finalists get the opportunity to perform on one of the many stages at London Pride with the competition winners taking the main stage…

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