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Interviews

Rubella Vaxine aka Miss Ruby V

Who are you/ what’s your project?   Hi my name is Danny- my Drag name is Rubella Vaxine aka Miss Ruby V, I am a new Drag Queen and a Volunteer Ambassador for the Terrence Higgins Trust. What’s your gender identity?   I am a Gay/Queer man 🙂 What’s your art?  I am a new …

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Homostash

Who are you/ what’s your project? I’m Tafkanik, the promoter and DJ behind HOMOSTASH.  What’s your gender identity? Cis male.  What’s your art? Making music. I don’t only DJ but also am a singer-songwriter.  How does your queerness influence your art ( if it does)? Homostash is an event that is a celebration of queer …

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Kim Cosmik

Who are you/ what’s your project? Kim Cosmik Music producer / Dj and visual artwork. What’s your gender identity? Bi but mostly Gay now married. What’s your art? Mainly electronic music but also dabble with many genres. How does your queerness influence your art ( if it does)? Not so much my queerness but being …

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The Blonde Spirit

Who are you/ what’s your project? I am the blonde spirit and my project is called DIVINE feminine dance music. I dj ethnic and spiritual sounds mixed with dance and trance to create the perfect tantric seduction sounds. What’s your gender identity?I am a trans woman and i identify as female.  What’s your art?Music and …

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Kallum Király

Who are you/ what’s your project? Kallum Király What’s your art? Kallum is an all singing all flirting drag king. Can normally be found dossing around in the basement of the glory, but currently in lockdown and dossing about in his friends sitting room.  How does your queerness influence your art ( if it does)? Drag to …

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Belle de Beauvoir

Who are you/ what’s your project?  My name is Belle de Beauvoir, I’m a queer burlesque dancer and cabaret producer. I have two projects coming up.  The first is Big Band Burlesque on the 30th May. The show hearkens back to the golden age of burlesque and translates it into a modern context. Usually, we …