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BEVERLEY KNIGHT

SOULSVILLE/EAST WEST RECORDS

Beverley Knight has been quietly ruling as the queen of UK soul for longer than younger readers will appreciate, perhaps knowing her only from recent roles in theatreland’s West End with The Bodyguard and Memphis. But her early hits, ‘Flavour of the Old School’, ‘Made It Back 99’ and ‘Get Up!’, were the sound of UK R’n’B long before America was ready to appreciate British black urban artists.

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On the cover this month are American trans model Laith Ashley and the British Athletic Commission’s first LGB Ambassador Matt Lister. In our special report, one year into the current Government we look at how its actions are affecting you. Elsewhere, we interview the director and stars of Holding The Man, the powerful new Australian gay film that everyone should see. Plus, exclusive UK gay press interviews with Ariana Grande and Fifth Harmony, Broadway legend Bernadette Peters, and director Andrew Steggall talks about his very personal coming of age film Departure.