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Zhoosh caught up with Mel Sanson from the team behind this years Women’s Performance Tent at Brighton Pride on September 1st to find out more… 1.What is your current role and how long have you been involved with the Women’s Performance Tent (WPT)? There’s been a lot of hard work, blood sweat and tears in [...]
7pm on 30th June at St Georges Church Kemptown, Rainbow Chorus welcome you to join them for a lovely evening of music and fun…with a jug of Pimms thrown in! Here they tell you more about just what they’ve been up to and about their upcoming concert Pimms and Pergolesi
So what’s been happening in the last month with The L Project? Who are The L Project? Really, you’re not already a fan? Okay, for those of you living in caves, here’s what you missed.. The L Project released an anti-bullying charity single entitled ”It Does Get Better” on Feb 11th 2012 recorded by 17 of the UK’s [...]
These could be yours! Zhoosh have teamed up with the GO.GO Festival team to offer one lucky Zhoosh member the chance to win two GO.GO Festival 2012 ‘Weekend tickets’ worth £231. ALL INCLUDED in your GO.GO Festival 2012 Weekend Ticket: 50 Performers Throughout the Weekend / 2am Licence / Main Stage / Big Top Dance Arena / Peacock [...]
Last year Zhoosh went along to the GO.GO women’s festival along with 200 other women from Brighton & Hove to join thousands of females from across the UK. We genuinely had a great time and the moment the dates were announced for 2012 myself, the girlfriend and the same friends that went together last year booked the time off from work without hesitation. Here they announce the line-up and improved changes to the festival for 2012.
Guest Post by Belinda O’Hooley from folk duo O’Hooley & Tidow “I’m Belinda O’Hooley from folk duo O’Hooley & Tidow. Our new album ‘The Fragile’ was released last week and we have had 4 star reviews across the board in The Guardian, Mojo, Uncut, The Word, Songlines etc. We are performing at HOVE Folk Club [...]
The L Project charity single and video has been released – with ALL proceeds and royalties going straight to their chosen charities Diversity Role Models and Stonewall who help prevent LGBT bullying in schools. The song aims to help raise awareness and money for charities which work to prevent LGBT bullying among young people. The [...]
The L Project’s single ‘It Does Get Better’ released TODAY! Zhoosh interviews co-creator Sofia Antonia Milone
The support The L-Project has gained since it began last year has been phenominal (even DIVA has got involved!). When you started out did you ever think it would become this big?
I think honestly, though we had very big ambitions, and knew the community should and would want to get behind the project because it’s so obviously a worthy one, we have been quite overwhelmed by the backing and support we’ve received from not only the the gay media as you mention, but the online social pages like WHOF (Wipeout Homophobia on Facebook). The internet has been our friend, and we’ve made a great many of them on it.
In this post we interview local resident and lesbian DJ Lesley Warwick-Love aka DJ ‘The Fondue Inferno’. So, Lesley, tell me about your DJ background? ‘The Fondue Inferno’ has had many aliases over my 18 years of Dj’ing. I made my mark as an underground DJ playing House, hard house and hardcore at Phase II’s [...]
Zhoosh has been keeping a close eye on the L-Project since it’s birth last summer. The project, created by Georgey Payne from UK lesbian band Greymatter and Sofia Antonia Milone (GeEkgiRL) is based around a single to raise awareness and money for charities that work to combat homophobic bullying against young people.
The L Project is gathering growing support from both gay and straight communities across the UK and beyond. “The enthusiasm is amazing!” says Georgey Payne,”we’re finding that most people know of, or have been affected by this issue, and just want to join in and help in whatever way they can