The Queer Bible X GQ Magazine
Queer Bible founder Jack Guinness chairs a discussion with Philippa Price, Creative Director of Savage x Fenty, Nils Leonard, founder of Uncommon Creative Studios and Munroe Bergdorf, model and social activist, at the inaugural GQ Heroes summit.
Queer Bible partnered with the BFI for a day of screenings, workshops and a industry insider panel discussion with the BFI as part of the LGBTQ+ film festival Flare for filmmakers aged 16-25 interested in queer cinema. The aim? To empower and inspire young filmmakers, giving them the practical tools to move forward in their careers. The event took place at Rich Mix in Shoreditch.
Queer Bible founder Jack Guinness was named one of Levis Pride Ambassadors. We screened the ‘Equality Always Fits’ campaign film, hosted dance performances and Jack led a panel discussion on Pride including Vogue columnist Raven Smith, writer Amelia Abraham and actor and trans activist Elijah W Harris. The event culminated in a Vogue Ball hosted by Jay Jay Revlon.
Queering mainstream spaces is a subversive act. We worked with art director Gary Card to create a huge installation for Pride turning The Edition Hotels’ vestibule into huge three dimensional digital rainbow which all guests had to pass through. We hosted a great launch party and created a special cocktail with profits going to support The Albert Kennedy Trust.
Queer Bible X Soho House
76 Is Burning is a huge queer celebration at 76 Dean Street. Our bi-monthly Queer Bible supper club brings together a diverse group of people to share stories, build community and then get tipsy and dance the night away with DJs like Jodie Harsh!