I've been delighted in the interest in the exhibition so far, it's appeared on various listing sites, but I'll highlight a few:
Elle UK have listed the exhibition as one of their 'Alternative Valentine's Day' recommendations here.
We were featured on the homepage of Destination Hackney for a few days, though I can't find the link to the feature itself anymore!
We're also mentioned on the Hackney Gazette page here. (although they have misquoted me saying the sonnets are "suggestive", which I'm pretty sure I've never said!
I had a short interview with Laura Raphael who wrote these great pieces on East London Lines and Shades of Noir.
We appeared in a feature about LGBT History Month events in the Hackney Today newspaper (on two separate days!) (apologies for the blurry pictures)
and we also had a tweet from Diane Abbott Labour MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington (hopefully not all of her 62.3K followers will visit at once)
Shakespeare's Fair Youth Sonnets being read at Sutton House for LGBT History Month #lgbtsmallsteps http://t.co/whewIKq4PFIt's really promising that the exhibition, and LGBT History Month more broadly is stirring up interest, hopefully the coverage will help persuade people to come to the panel event at Sutton House tomorrow 'Challenging Histories: what place do LGBTQ identities have in historic houses?' you can find more information here.
— Diane Abbott MP (@HackneyAbbott) February 6, 2014
Don't forget to check out the LGBT History Month calendar for other great events.