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Dancer You may not know his name, but you’re already likely acquainted with Ukranian ballet prodigy Sergei Polunin, who rose to global fame in a moving, stunning, David LaChapelle-directed music video for Hozier’s Take Me to Church. Incredibly, the then 25-year-old intended that video to be his balletic swan song, after an incredible rise to (and then conquering of) the artistic profession. This documentary explores the turbulent, intriguing story behind his success, and the quandaries of what he does next. While the answers remain as elusive as Polunin himself, it’s a magnetic watch, regardless.

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For this year's style issue we dress up Hollywood star Nico Tortorella who talks frankly about his bisexuality, his critically acclaimed podcast 'The Love Bomb' and much more. Also bursting out of this edition are 70 pages of spring/summer essentials , Gok Wan talking opera Divas and deep house and we talk to the leading men in the latest theatre revival of the classic 'La Cage aux Folles'. Elsewhere, rugby player Nick Younquest talks about being a face for Paco Rabane; LGBT+ advocate, activist, actor and legend Lord Michael Cashman gets real with us about mental health; and Mark Diakese becomes the first UFC athlete to pose for a gay publication.