Topics :: London
By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Jan 28, 2014
Part two in a four-part series, EDGE’s travel editor Matthew Wexler scopes out 12 months of adventure, relaxation and surprises for the LGBT jet setter. This installment explores Mexico, England and the home of World Pride 2014 - Toronto, Canada.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Nov 25, 2013
London police are warning LGBTs to watch out for a suspect that the authorities say is connected to a string of thefts from gay men.
By Sylvia Hui | Wednesday Nov 20, 2013
Long before Lady Gaga rose to fame, British fashion editor and stylist Isabella Blow made theatrical clothes and outlandish headgear her personal trademark.
By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Nov 7, 2013
In an effort to show a day in the life of a young transgender woman, Lily Padma and her hardworking team of trans individuals are raising funds for their short film, "Through Her Eyes."
By Maria Cheng | Wednesday Oct 23, 2013
Health officials are taking to the streets in an effort to stop the spread of the infectious lung disease, via a high-tech white van equipped with an X-ray machine, driving around London offering free check-ups.
By Matthew Wexler | Wednesday Sep 11, 2013
EDGE Travel Editor Matthew Wexler disembarks the Queen Mary 2 and arrives in London for a whirlwind tour of the city’s best shopping before hopping on Eurostar en route to Paris
By Michael Cox | Tuesday Sep 3, 2013
A much-admired London production of the musical "Merrily We Roll Along" by Stephen Sondheim-George Furth will screen in theaters for a worldwide cinema event, one night only, on Oct. 23. Sondheim calls it, "As close to perfection as a production can get."
By Michael Cox | Saturday Aug 24, 2013
In London, a minicab driver has been suspended while he is under investigation for allegedly kicking a gay couple out of his cab for holding hands. The incident blew up when one of the men tweeted about the experience.
By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday May 15, 2013
A London Catholic school said their decision to call in gay rights group Stonewall to give lessons on homophobic bullying was not prompted by a five-year-old boy calling another student’s shoes "gay."
By Jill Lawless | Wednesday Apr 3, 2013
For the first time in its history, London’s Victoria and Albert Museum showcases a pop icon in a new major multimedia exhibit.