We headed out last Saturday night to the 3 Soho hotspots for women, and got our cocktail dance groove on.
Tragedy overtook Cristina Uraca Alacala when she was 9 years old. Her socialite parents, linked to the Spanish Royal family, killed in a road traffic accident along with her adored younger sister. Ever since her loving grandmother has shielded her from the world and refused to talk about her family.
Jenny is one of those popular girls who appear to have it all. She is attractive, put together, confident. The other girls want to be her, the boys want to have her. But underneath the false bravado is a mess. She blames herself for the death of her adored Gran, hates what she has made herself into and the never-ending pretence to keep it up. She hates herself to the point of self harm. She has sought help, but that doesn’t stop the feelings, doesn’t stop the pain.
The story takes us on a journey, it challenges us to think about the politics and the implications for a small community whose whole economy is routed in one failing industry.
Exception to the Rule explores many of the issues young people face when they take that first step into adult hood and feel like they already have everything figured out.
Rainbow Hamlets launches new LGBT services in East London — including domestic violence and hate crime casework — plus cutting edge heritage programme and historical resources.
High Desert is the ninth in the Kate Delafield detective series and once again plunges us into a combination of crime and personal crisis.
With toe-tapping, floor filling music, this event really starts to kick off at 11 as the women pour in.
The music, supplied by DJ Sandra D and guests, was a lively, eclectic mix reminiscent of Popstarz in its old school days, guaranteed to fill the floor.
The highly anticipated opening of new Ku venue 'She' happens tonight. The queue is already round the corner.
It's the first women's venue with an entrance on the iconic (and infamous?) Old Compton Street.
‘The Beginning Of Us’ is a lesbian romance story. A 21-year old college student falls in love with one of her professors, you could say it was love at first sight for Tara.
These two books are part of a series about Kiran the only vision painter in Ireland, a concept, I found so fascinating I looked it up on Google, before realising these books are written within the magic realism and crime genres.
Just four days after the close of Soho's iconic lesbian/bi women's venue, Bar Titania stakes it's claim as the new girl in town.
We had the chance to speak to the gorgeous British-actress-living-in-LA Mary Jane Wells about her career, her work with lesbian film maker extraordinaire Nicole Conn and a very important upcoming piece of political theatre...
A little roundup of all the best events for LBQ women in case you haven't decided what to do...
Spoon and The Moon: Lesbian app developers (Marie Davis and Margaret Hultz) create -- Best Indie Book for 2013!
The world’s first full-length, adult iNovel with animations, a hot soundtrack by musicians from North America and Europe, all woven through a dark, magical storyline.