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Get a whole years worth of Jack The Lad's (4 issues) delivered directly to your door and save 30% off the cover price! That's 4 awesome high quality deluxe printed†issues for just £7 each + postage and packing.

Your subscription will start with the current edition and run for the following 3 issues, giving you 1 years worth of the highest quality images from our favourite photographers, exclusive galleries from some of todays finest contemporary artists and, as always, in depth and intimate interviews with some talented guys that have caught Jack The Lads eye!†

That's why Jack The Lad has earned the reputation for being the UK's quality alternative publication for gay and bisexual men. Don't miss another issue!

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Get ready for another queer cultural overload as the brand new Autumn / Winter edition of Jack The Lad is here, packed with the highest quality photography, in-depth interviews, stunning artwork and honest reviews.

Dive under the cover to check out American artist David Jester's stunning paintings of guys in swimming pools. We also talk exclusively to Colombian born artist Felipe Chavez on the eve of his first solo exhibition, The Hollow Man.

After a couple of months spent with the fantastic Gay Men's Dance Company we talk to it's founder Alex Scurr about the serious messages behind their entertaining shows, plus there's music and drag in the form of Prides Got Talent winners Henry Newbury and Francisco Cosmen.

The return of photographer Graham Martin means there are hot guys galore in his latest project, Colour My World, and there's more good looking guys as Simon J. Webb makes a pictorial defence for fashions much maligned double denim look. Roo is back too, with his movie recommendations to help fill those early autumn evenings.

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Summer's here, and with it comes Jack The Lad's biggest ever issue. 160 add free pages packed cover to cover with high quality queer interviews, photoshoots, art and fashion.

With it being Pride season we return to some familiar faces to collect their own personal Pride memories along with some stunning images from Prides gone by. We discover a naturalistic beauty in the intimate work of photographer Aaron P. Bergmann as he takes his camera into the private living spaces of his models, plus we take an in depth look into the hit YouTube series The Only Way Is Grindr, meeting the writer Patrick Cash as well as having an exclusive photoshoot with its stars.

There's 6 months of drama as we stalk Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE and Patrick Cash during a period that saw them produce three impressive pieces of original queer theatre. We check out the hot new name in mens underwear, Jerome Prince, and there's awesome art from the incredible Andre Serfontein. Last but not least, Roo's back with his summer movie reviews.

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Jack The Lad's got spring sorted, so join us under the covers of issue 17. it's packed with the high quality photography, art, interviews & reviews you've come to love.

In the first major interview of his solo career, we have a one to one with BBC TV 'Let It Shine' winner and one time 'Five To Five' member, Curtis T. Johns about life beyond the boyband.

We chat with British porn pioneer Mike Arlen about his transition from photographing some of pop musics biggest names in the sixties to photographing some of the the UK's 'biggest' guys in the seventies and eighties for the legendary Mike Arlen's Guys.

We head to America to find another awesome artist to shine our spotlight on, showcasing a selection of work by the incredible Neil Lavey, and introduce you to new queer singer / songwriter ALEKXANDR who, with Will Young as one of his biggest fans, we think is destined for great things.

Our cover star turns up in Simon J. Webb's photo gallery 'A Bigger Splash' alongside fourteen other hot new discoveries, and three month muse Jack gets his own sensational 20 page gallery. As if that wasn't enough, Roo's Reviews is back to guide you through the best movies being streamed over the upcoming months.

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It's the first issue of 2019 and we're proud to have packed it with a brand new collection of queer art and queer artists. This issues sensational cover boys are the cast of Coming Clean, Kevin Elyot's play about trust, honesty and open relationships. We talk to director Adam Spreadbury-Maher during rehearsals, and get the boys into the studio for an exclusive photoshoot.

We also invited British porn star Gabriel Phoenix into the studio along with his straight brother, who we ask what it's like to have an adult entertainer in the familyÖ an interview not to be missed.†We meet brand new musical/comedy cabaret act Busty & Ginger, riding high since their 'Prides Got Talent' win and ready to take the cabaret scene by storm.

We also introduce Spanish born artist Javier Trelis, his distinctive male portraits made all the more stunning by his use of wooden boards as his canvas. There's plenty of new models in photographer Simon J. Webb's annual collection of Winter Wonderlads, whilst French photographer Nicolas Chinardet hits the London club scene for his own debut gallery for Jack The Lad, Out In Clubland. That's Issue 16 sorted!

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Jack The Lad returns with it's much anticipated Autumn/Winter edition, celebrating the 'art' of queer living once again with another 150 packed pages.

India's recently repealed Article 377 gets reflected in the work of fashion photographer Rustylicious who makes his Jack The Lad debut with 'United We Stand', exploring gender, identity and sexuality. Simon J. Webb raises his retro-glamour game with his collection of Barn Boys, and Jylle Navarro provides an explosion of colour as Graham Martin's camera captures his models getting animalistic for 'The Mating Game'.

There's more glamour in store when we hang out with high-heeled dance group … Talon, whose routines regularly challenge the space between masculine and feminine, and we join Youtube's Olly Pike who, along with his balloon pal Pop continues to champion LGBT+ equality in education.

Adult entertainer Armond Rizzo takes us behind the scenes for a large slice of porn industry reality, and we check out a carnival of characters as drawn by incredible American artist, Shannon Hedges. With Roo on hand to guide you through his latest movie choices we think thats another classic issue sorted!

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Jack The Lad's back for a cool summer of Pride and a hot summer of love with our 14th issue, unleashing the 'art' of queer living through our photography, interviews, artworks and reviews.

Relationships are the order of the day as we hang out with X Factors Lloyd Daniels and Ackley Bridge actor Sam Retford who find themselves coupled up on stage in new pop musical 'Closets', written and directed by one-time couple Lloyd Eyre-Morgan and Neil Ely.

We shift from pop to porn to meet American adult entertainer Armond Rizzo in his most revealing interview yet. Back in the theatre, real life couple Linus Karp and Joseph Paterson are talking relationships and taking 'Awkward Conversations With Animals I've F*cked' to the Edinburgh Fringe.

American artist Richard Vyse returns with his brand new exclusive collection, 'Wet Dreams'. Model David L. Gorny steps behind the camera for his debut photographic collection 'Strike The Pose', and Simon J. Webb is back in The White Room for his new male model packed collection, 'Fallen Angels'.

Roo's Reviews is also on hand to give you his selection of summer streamers!

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This Spring/Summer issue is packed with more fantastic photography, awesome art, revealing interviews, hot galleries and cool movie reviews, all filling it's 152 pages!

Nine stunning models populate eighteen exclusive previews of photographer Tom Dingley's latest project, Portrait+Projection. We talk homophobia in sport with playwright and actor Rob Ward ahead of the UK tour of his play Gypsy Queen. Michael Twaits takes time out from his off-the-cuff cabaret show to chat about the changing face of drag. We hang out at this years National Student Pride to see Courtney Act, Calum Scott and Olly Pike, and get the low down from behind the scenes with Max Taylor. Tom Taylor (no relation), tells us about his transition from illustrator to producer of in-your-face t-shirts, with a super sexy studio shoot to accompany the interview, plus we shine a spotlight on American artist Gabriel Garbow, whose selection of 'men in water' paintings are collected here for the first time.

Plus, if you liked the 'Views From A White Room' gallery in issue 12, you are going to love Simon J. Webb's latest picture project, 'April Showers'. Not to be missed.

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Jack The Lad is the UK's quality queer quarterly. over 120 ad-free pages packed with stunning photography, awesome art, revealing interviews and essential reviews.

There's brand new features for the new year including 'Probably True' a the sardonic look at coming out by award wining podcaster Scott Flashheart. We also go back in time in 'That Was Then, This I Now', to share some unseen pictures and catch-up conversations with some of the lads from past issues.

There's more models than we have ever managed to squeeze between the covers with photographers Simon J. Webb and Graham Martin going lad crazy for their photo features. Simon Lynch pays a visit to the JTL studio for a shoot and to chat about life after X Factor, and West End actor Roly Botha chats about returning to 'Strangers In Between', YouTube and masculinity.

As always we introduce another incredible artist, shining the spotlight this issue on the work of Salem Beiruti, and Roo returns for his movie rewind reviews.

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Jack The Lad is the UK's quality queer quarterly that packs over 120 pages with stunning photography, awesome art, incredible interviews and essential reviews in our biggest issue yet.

Inside we get swinging with Stefan Doering and the London Gay Big Band. We introduce the winners of 'Pride's Got Talent', Toby Corton and Keith. We return to the set of 'Queers' for part two of our interview with 'Dr. Who' and 'Sherlock' actor/writer Mark Gatiss. Photographer Simon J. Webb and his model companion travel through time, unfortunately without the aid of a Tardis, to shoot 'Seasons Change', and we once again get to hang out with the super sexy Matt Rood, having just added Mr. Gay Europe to his list of titles! Two more international artists make their JTL debut.

From Brazil fashion & art photographer Luiz Meloc shoots our hot cover photo plus a stunning collection of images inside, and from the USA Martin Bedolla combines the emotional, erotic and desolate in 12 exclusive new artworks.

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Issue 10 is here, and we've packed a whole new collection of talented lads into this issue, once again filled with unmissable new art, photography, interviews, and reviews.

There are introductions to this years winners of Mr Gay England, Mr Gay Scotland, Mr Gay Wales, we meet dancer turned activist George Hankers, chat 'baroque pop' with Italian musician Valerio Lysander and go on set with 'Doctor Who' and 'Sherlock' actor and writer Mark Gatiss as he films his latest series, 'Queers'. We've super sexy new artwork by Antonie Sketches and plenty of Cape Town beach boys in photographer Robert Timothy's stunning JTL debut. Photographer Graham Martin teams up with designer Jylle Navarro and model David Gorny to make our pages a carnival of pink, Roo's returns to help guide us through some recent must-see movies, and we take a trip to the theatre for the epic return of "Angels In America".

Now that's what Jack The Lad calls a summer issue!

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Issue 9, our spring/summer edition, is once again ad free and as always is packed with only top quality art, photography, interviews and reviews†

>The Pictures: There are three photographers contributing to this issue. Alongside regular contributing photographer Simon J. Webb and some stunning new work from previously featured photorapher Graham Martin, we welcome QAndrew to the Jack The Lad family, who's work can be seen included in two of our featured profiles.

>The Prolfiles: One time boyband member and now solo arttist with a new EP being released in the summer, meet Christopher Haul who comes to the studio to shoot some revealing pictures as well as tell us some equally revealing stories. Paul Davies, (Mr Gay Wales 2016) also gets the Jack The Lad treatment, as does straight fitness model Mark Williams, whose quest for self improvement gave him an insight into homophobic bullying.

The Artists Portfolio: We cross the Atlantic for a priveleged peak at the work of Artist Paul Richmond whose 'War Paint' oil paintings we fell in love with the moment we saw them.

> REWIND: Gaydio and club DJ Phil Marriott takes us through some not to be missed music releases whilst ELR Radio's Roo reminds us of some of the movies coming to DVD and streaming devices soon.

> Queer British Art 1861 - 1967: We go behind the scenes at London's Tate Britain where Clare Barlow is puting the finishing touches to their landmark exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act.†

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It's our first issue of 2017 and as usual there is plenty to enjoy under the covers as Issue 8 continues to pack it's ad free pages with another incredible collection of top quality art, photography, interviews, reviews and guys we like to call Jack The Lad. It's the high quality quarterly for gay and bisexual men you would be crazy to miss!

>The Pictures: Five of our previously showcased photographers return to produce some exclusive new work for a unique & collaborative Valentines gallery. There are also more awesome pictures & guys to be found in Simon J. Webb's winter wonderland shoot, both collectively bringing 15 fantastic new models to this issue.

> In Profile: British actor Denholm Spurr, international cabaret performer & Britain's Got Talent semi-finalist La Voix, & internationally collected American artist Richard Vyse all brave our trademark probing interviews and awesome photo shoot.

>In Music: Top DJ & Gaydio Head of Music Phil Marriott returns to cast an eye over some of the top music releases of the last three months

>Artists Portfolio: Another great British artist & illustrator Gavin Dobson opens his portfolio for us & produces some exclusive new work.

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This is our biggest issue of†Jack The Lad yet.150 pages†of stunning male art photography and exclusive in-depth interviews, music reviews, fashion and culture all packed into our awesome A4 premium quality coffee table book format.

>In Pictures:†Alex Ko, Rob Hamish Johnston, Nisso Sierra

>In Profile: New YouTube sensations Dan & Jon, Illustrator Luke Thornhill, Winner of Prides Got Talent Jack Feureisen

>In Music: Phil Marriott's <<Rewind

>In The Gallery:†Exclusive artwork by Richard Vyse

>In Fashion: Urban Ambitions

>Throwback:†Outbox Theatre

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Don't miss the sixth sensational issue of Jack The Lad. Stunning male art photography and exclusive in-depth interviews all packaged in the awesome new A4 premium quality coffee table book format.

>In Pictures: Sam Darran, Nejhť, Paddy O'Brian, Alex Brs, Nathan Dell, Nic Edgy, Taofique Folarin, Jonny Miller, Carlie Vaughan, Danny Williams, Danny Wilshire

>In Profile: Radio & Club DJ Phil Marriott, Musician & Artist Matthew Robins, Photographer Mark Lister

>Gallery: Exclusive artwork by Luke Thornhill

>Throwback: #PrayForOrlando

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If you think you know Jack The Lad, think again! We have completely redisigned this latest issue to suit the new A4 premium quality coffee table book format. It†means we can include much more stunning photography and more great conversations. It also means we can share the work of more exceptionally talented contributors, and give our interviewees the space and time to tell their stories in full.

>In Pictures: Mike Winchester, Charlie Taylor-Smith, Craig McLaughlin, Nathan Beetson

>In Conversation: Tom Rickels (BBC1's The Voice), Wayne Dhesi (RUComingOut.com), Nicolai Kornum (Photographer)

>Gallery: The Art of Matthew Robins

>Throwback Feature: National Student Pride 2015

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We are offering a unique opportunity for you to get your hands on the first 4 issues of Jack The Lad magazine, printed in the original 7 inch square format. These collectors editions may have been stylishly smaller in format, but they are perfectly formed and still full of the first class photography and in depth interviews that remains the quality trademark of Jack The Lad today.†

With this special 30% discounted price, there's never been a better time to meet the Lads, so go on... dare to be different!

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Don't miss the fourth fantastic issue of Jack The Lad. Stunning male art photography and exclusive in-depth profile interviews.

>In Pictures: Kayden Gray, Will T

>In Profile: Marc Hagan-Guirey aka Paper Dandy, Stuart Hatton Jnr

>Portfolio: Waynn Low

> Jack's Throwback: Brighton Pride 2015

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Don't miss the third sensational issue of†Jack The Lad. Stunning male art photography and exclusive in depth profile interviews.

>In Pictures:†Steven Di Costa, Joshua Hutchings

>In Profile:†James Nighthawk

>Me, My Selfie & I:†Sampson Cawley

>Special Feature:†The Kings Cross Steelers RFC

>Jack's Throwback:†London Pride '15

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Don't miss the second sensational issue of†Jack The Lad. Stunning male art photography and exclusive in depth interviews.

>In Pictures:†Joshua Moore, Arju

>In Profile:†Daren Pritchard, Tom Dingley

>After The Apprentice:†Sanjay Sood-Smith

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Don't miss out on the very first issue of Jack The Lad. Stunning male art photography and exclusive in depth interviews.

>In Pictures: Jerome, Stuart Hatton Jnr., Alan Barton, Ryan.

>In Profile: Graham Martin, Roo.

>Me, My Selfie and I: Brayden Benton.

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