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…

Article 216: An interactive archive of Bulgaria’s queer history

Queer Bulgarians have always been around Queer love stories aren’t a recent discovery; they have always existed because, wherever there is humanity, there is love. ‘Article 216’ aims to validate…

Peter Tatchell Refuses Queen’s ‘National Treasure’ Jubilee Offer

After 70 years of silence, Peter Tatchell asks, “where were you?” Ahead of the Queen’s platinum jubilee, human rights advocate, Peter Tatchell has refused an invitation to be declared a…

Jake Daniels: Blackpool Footballer Comes Out As Gay

Jake Daniels: “I’ve been hiding who I am” It’s no secret that a large portion of football fans make the sport a toxic place for different minority communities. Over the…

Luna Crypto Crash Raises Concerns About Cryptocurrencies

The crypto world has been shaken and not in a good way In the last week, Bitcoin’s value plummeted, reaching peak lows ever since its peak in November 2021. It…

Menstrual Leave Could be Offered in Spain

The menstrual leave policy was proposed as a way to benefit workers who suffer incapacitating pain The draft bill states that women could have three days of menstrual leave every…

Goodbye to Little Mix, The Unsung Pop Icons

The crowd at the O2 Arena wore their best rainbow suits to bid farewell to Little Mix on their last show on May 14th In a crowd that glittered and…

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…

Eurovision: It’s Coming Home? UK’s Entry Second Favourite to Win

Can we break the “Nul Points” Eurovision curse? It has been years since the UK has had a strong competitor in the Eurovision Song Contest. But miraculously, 2022’s entry looks…