Ones to Watch at Edinburgh Fringe

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is returning this year with August jam-packed full of weird, wacky and wonderful shows! Here’s a quick run down of shows you really won’t want to…

5 European Queer Fiction Books to get you Through Pride Month

European Queer Literature: Some guaranteed tearjerkers In the 20th century, a lot of quality queer literature came from the United States, with the likes of Audre Lorde, Christopher Isherwood, James…

Coming of Age: Reflections on ‘The Buddha of Suburbia’

A Retrospective Review of The Buddha of Suburbia I still remember as if it was yesterday, the moment I started reading Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia for the first…

The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs: Review

“Out there we struggle to accept ourselves, but in here with people like us, we can accept each other,” The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs On now at Soho Theatre is…

Middle at the National Theatre: Understudies steal the show!

The understudies had just six days to rehearse before National Theatre performance Last Friday, Chapter Z had the pleasure of attending a preview of David Eldridge’s new play Middle at the…

Five Stars for Chronic Insanity!

This month, Chronic Insanity have brought their immersive gig theatre to Clapham’s Omnibus Theatre Chronic Insanity, a Nottingham based theatre company, led by Nat Henderson and Joe Strickland, always strives…

Five Books to Ease you into Activism

Want to learn what you can do to make the world we live in a better place? These activism books are the perfect starting point Hope in the Dark by…

Celebrate Lesbian Visibility Week With These 5 Films

Need Some Movie Inspo for Lesbian Visibility Week? Try These Top-Rated Movies From Monday 25th of April until Sunday 1st of May we are celebrating Lesbian Visibility Week with a…

Whatever Happened to ‘Killing Eve’?

Why Did Killing Eve’s Final Season Make No Noise? Killing Eve was one of the biggest shows on television in its first two seasons. Its last season ended this past…

Everything We Know About the ‘Evelyn Hugo’ Adaptation So Far

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid became a TikTok and “Booktuber” sensation in 2017. Now, Netflix are turning it into a feature film.  Despite being four…