We've a bundle of community heroes this week - Seth Corbin and Laura Honeker, creators of DIY grassroots performance weekender Up The Alley;
Dr Nick Douglas and Dr Kate Nambiar from Clinic T on a new trans and non-binary video and podcast project; and Daniel Cheeseman, the CEO of LGBT Switchboard, on all of the updates and changes across their organisation
- We look back on #AMonthOfMakeup in aid of MentalkHealth with Marc Edwards
- Drag Princess Miss Disney on taking Brighton's cabaret scene by storm
- And Roni Guetta of Traumfrau and Brighton’s Drag Pageant fame is bringing back the hugely successful Queer Migrant Takeover night
A bevvy of bears have their annual Out In Brighton takeover, bringing you your cut out and keep guide to all you need to know about Brighton Bear Weekend 2018!
- Queer pop artist Le Fil brings their debut show 24/7 to the Marlborough
- British/German arts collective Gob Squad bring the UK premier of Creation (Pictures for Dorian) to the Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts
- Festival Flaneur Melita Dennett guides us through the last week of the Festival and she takes us under the skin of the Gilbert and George exhibition at the Museum too
- Brownton Abbey at the Dome - curator and creator Tarik Elmoutawakil will be here
- Plus a smattering of the LGBTQ artists on at the Great Escape
- Nicky Haydn from the spectacular festival-within a festival venue The Warren
- Travis Alabanza’s Brighton Festival debut - “Before I step outside (you love me)”.
- Adam at the Theatre Royal, telling the true story of a young Transgender man making his way seeking asylum from Egypt to Scotland
- And the divine Leah Shelton and Scotty the Blue Bunny from the multiple-award winning La Clique
- David Sheppeard of the Marlborough pub and theatre has everything you need to know about whats on at Brighton’s leading LGBTQ theatre space this Fringe
- Indie kids rejoice - queer indie disco Pinkglove is coming to Komedia
- And Jolie Booth, founder of the Museum of Ordinary People
The Brighton Rockers Rollerderby team take over the studio - what is Rollerderby, and what's it like to be queer within the sport? Plus we look ahead to the return of the mighty, mighty Warren for Brighton Fringe 2018 and their slew of LGBTQ shows. Plus a good smattering of Joan As Policewoman tracks ahead of next week's Old Market gig.
In this week’s show - the very lovely Graham Munday, chair of Brighton Bear Weekend, brings us up to date with all things ursine; exciting news from the Museum of Transology from Assistant Curator Colin Leivens; and the award-winning documentary maker Daisy Asquith joins to discuss her film Queerama, looking at a century of queer rights and desires on film