Friday Poem: Kate Tempest – Hold Your Own
She is one of the best spoken word poets of her generation.
Invisible art: rediscovering the work of Hilma af Klint
The artist, medium, and botanist was only recently made popular.
Review: NOISE @ Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham
NOISE, from emerging director Thomas Moran, is an experimental and daring piece of fringe theatre.
Meet the director bringing accessible LGBTQ+ narratives to regional theatre
We spoke to Thomas Moran about uni, accessibility, and LGBTQ+ youth.
Friday Poem: Margaret Atwood - This Is A Photograph Of Me
Atwood's poetry is even more dazzling than her prose.
New letters from Sylvia Plath reveal the extent of Ted Hughes’s abuse
He allegedly beat her two days before the miscarriage of their child.
The National Theatre announces new LGBTQ+ programme
New series aims to capture the queer experience.
This Turkish artist’s imprisonment is an attack on artistic expression
Turkish artist Zehra Doğan has been imprisoned for over two years after her art was identified as terrorist propaganda.
Stephen King’s It has a new trailer – and it's seriously terrifying
The long awaited trailer has a real Stranger Things vibe about it.
LGBTQ+ people will not be recognised in the 2020 US census
Trump has blocked proposals made by LGBTQ+ groups.
Boston schools replace old maps with a newer, more accurate version
It will completely change the way students view the world.
A new study debunks the ‘gaydar’ myth
Think you have a great gaydar? Think again.
Your guide to the UK's biggest LGBTQ+ film festival
BFI Flare is at BFI Southbank from 16-26 March.
Album Review: Charli XCX - Number 1 Angel
A confident, smart, and punchy new mixtape.
Samuel L Jackson sparks heated debate about British actors taking on African-American roles
The actor's comments have sparked important conversations about diversity in the film industry.
Hear This: Alt-J – 3WW
The indie trio has returned with the help of Wolf Alice’s Ellie Roswell.
Yelp introduces gender-neutral bathroom finder
The reviews website has made a powerful statement of inclusion.