Welcome to QUEER ALL ABOUT IT – Green Carnation’s ongoing digital project celebrating diverse queer stories and new perspectives. .
These are stories we care about. Topics that we feel must be explored, discussed and interrogated. We work with a range of partners – LGBTQ+ charities, academics, artists and individuals – to help us to understand some of the complex questions and issues surrounding LGBTQ+ experiences.
Thanks to generous support from National Lottery and Arts Council England, we have been commissioned four emerging LGBTQ+ writers to develop four monologues, each responding to a different subject: 30+ years of HIV, LGBTQ+ families, LGBTQ+ immigration, and faith & sexuality. Working with Bloody Bandit Productions, these scripts were produced as short films, alongside separate talking head interview films with LGBTQ+ individuals and charity representatives.
Inspired by Mark Gatiss’ 2017 Queers monologue series, commemorating 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality, the Queer All About It monologue commissions celebrate contemporary queer experiences and showcases new LGBTQ+ writing talent. The films aim to move people. raise awareness and stimulate conversation around sensitive subjects
See below for our full list of Queer All About It films and commissions.
Queer All About It: Monologue Films
FLUID by Nick Maynard
Sexuality: An angry young man challenges you to define him by his class, age and sexuality.
DRAW FOUR by Lorna Rose Treen
HIV: 30+ Years of Change: A sister remembers a fateful family game of UNO and an argument that can’t be taken back,
LUNCHBOXES by Matt Gurr
My Queer Family: A new father has the first day of school nerves
PROVE IT by Lynsey Cullen
Queers Beyond Borders: A woman must prove the thing she has had to hide to save herself.
I CONTAIN MULTITUDES by Priyanka Jha
Faith and Sexuality: a prodigal son returns home for a family wedding, ready to reveal their true self.
Queer All About It: Monologue Scripts
Queer All About It: Interview Films
Interview films discussing topics affecting LGBTQ+ individuals and communities
Queer All About It: Articles