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‘We don’t care who you love as long as you love...

“It’s not as gay a club as it used to be”, grins James, a Village Manchester FC player for seven years. This isn’t something you’d...

From kebab shop to fringe: the Salford-born trans comedienne who’s going...

Making a transition of any sort is a challenge. But if you've been bullied through your childhood and realised that you're in the wrong...

Queer Noise: 50 years of LGBT+ life in Manchester

Manchester’s musical LGBT+ history is explored in a new exhibition coming to The People’s History Museum. Queer Noise features artefacts, imagery, film and music from...

Lord Mayor backs campaign to combat LGBT discrimination in Manchester

Manchester Pride has announced a series of workshops which will investigate the massive inequalities still reported to be happening across Greater Manchester. The workshops, which...

Three to see this weekend: Granadaland, great grub and a gig...

Brace yourself. The bank holiday is here again. This weekend’s three to see will have you dancing to some feel good beats and rifling...

Review: Yank! at Hope Mill Theatre

When I first read the words World War II and musical in the description of this show, I was a little confused. I found...

Men United: why MUFC’s LGBT partnership has everything to do with...

Yesterday, Manchester United announced on their website that they would be partnering up with LGBT inclusion charity, Stonewall, making it a first for UK...

Manchester theatre to stage international premiere of WWII gay love story

The international premiere of a wartime love story with a twist opens in Manchester next month. Yank! is a musical in the Rodgers and Hammerstein tradition. The...

Manchester to get UK’s first LGBT retirement community

Manchester city council has announced plans to create a retirement community aimed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. There are similar projects in San...

WONDER WOMEN: for superheroines and demi-goddesses!

Manchester’s annual feminist festival returns this March for the fourth year running with a programme of film, talks, workshops and exhibitions.

It’s gin, gin and more gin at this iconic Gay Village...

Gin is firmly at the heart of Iconic. The bar on Richmond Street has embraced the juniper and is slowly filling all of its back bar...

I Love Manchester’s most read stories of 2016

2016 was the twentieth anniversary of the IRA bomb and Sir Richard Leese's election as leader of Manchester city council. It was the year...