this woman's journey into self-discovery is one of the best things to watch this week
Watch a short film by Eniye Kagbala and Samuel Douek and read about everything else you need to watch, see and do in the next seven days.
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sketchsesh: when we hosted life drawing classes in our office
What’s the most fun you could have on a Monday night? SketchSesh is the free-flowing brainchild of artists James Davison and Simon Gray. We welcomed them into a corner meeting room of the i-D office for four weeks of reckless, imaginative life drawing.
how to run your own lgbt venue
We speak to The Glory's John Sizzle and Her Upstairs' Meth about jacuzzis, door policies and why you should you never mess with a 6'2 promoter in drag.
how king culture is challenging gender expectations
With Benjamin Butch as our guide, we take a tour through the growing artistic landscape that is a King performance.
from drag battles to kamikaze karaoke: celebrating 2 years of the glory pub
Owners Jonny Woo, John Sizzle and Colin Rothbart pick their favourite moments and hedonistic highlights from the east London LGBTQ performance space and local boozer's first two years.
belles of the ball: meet london's female drag queens
A new wave of female drag queens are breaking apart the gender binary all over again. Princess Julia meets the queens of the scene.
affection is the new london play exploring contemporary experiences of hiv
With the rate of Londoners contracting HIV on the rise in 2016, the director of a new play based on real-life experiences tells i-D that we need to change the conversation, to fight stigma and homophobia.
can the night tube help revive london nightlife?
Since a 24 hour tube was first proposed, London’s nightlife has suffered years of cuts and closures. Now that the tracks are finally in place, will it help us be 24 hour party people?
eurovision further highlights how britain doesn’t want a brexit
Ahead of his Eurovision party at The Glory, Jonny Woo discusses his love affair with the song content and why it matters now more than ever.
edgar allan poe’s gothic horror gets a gay makeover in east london
The Tell Tale Heart has been adapted for the chemsex generation in a new show coming to the basement of The Glory, London’s most exciting new queer performance art space.
anal house meltdown celebrates diwali this weekend
The club night from the art crew is throwing a party for the Hindu festival of lights.
get ready for an anal house meltdown
London’s artiest-not-fartiest gay party comes to The Glory on Saturday. Just don’t be scared off by the name.