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The Institute Of Contemporary Arts takes a look back at London’s pirate radio scene of the 1980s

It’s a given today that any budding radio DJ or music producer can easily broadcast their work online via Soundcloud or Mixcloud and, with a bit of judicious online promotion combined with editorial quality, can gain a substantial following. 30 … Continue reading

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Channel 4 lights up Trafalgar Square in the colours of the rainbow to mark launch of Cucumber, Banana and Tofu

London’s Trafalgar Square has been bathed in colour over the past two nights as the UK’s first ever night rainbow lit up the evening sky. The night rainbow was commissioned by Channel 4 to mark the launch Russell T Davies’ … Continue reading

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Dating, Drama, Discos, Dumb-bells, DVDs and Displays: Gay London in January 2015

So who said January’s a quiet month!? Dating If you want to try your hand at speed-dating then The Lists’s “28 Gays Later” event is on at McQueen Shoreditch (51-56 Tabernacle Street, EC2A 4AA) on Monday 12 January (now sold … Continue reading

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Five giant inflatable rabbits installed on London’s Southbank!

Another thing to add to the pre-Christmas to do list! Some five seven metre high inflatable sculptures by Australian artist Amanda Parer entitled “Intrude” have been installed on London’s Southbank as part of the Southbank Centre’s Winter Festival which runs … Continue reading

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Things to do in London in January 2014

January. The month that’s never quite as bad as people anticipate. And here’s a quick run through of a few things happening in London over the course of the month.

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Montreal’s Gay Village Celebrates Summer

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