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Queerguru’s JONNY WARD ☆☆☆☆ review of the revival of Philip Osment’s classic gay play THIS ISLAND’S MINE

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This Island’s Mine ☆☆☆☆ Kings Head Theatre, London The year is 1988; Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher reigns supreme; Section 28 has been brought in (which decrees local authorities shall not intentionally promote homosexuality) and HIV/AIDS hysteria begins to take hold. Against this backdrop, seventeen-year-old Luke (nicely played with all the fresh faced fizz of youth … Continue reading



Downton Abbey gets ready for a Royal Visit

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  One day Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) receives a letter informing him of an impending visit by King George V and Queen Mary  (evidently u those days the  Monarch simply invited himself and the told the Host he was coming.  So Downton Abbey is all in a flutter as they prepare for a royal luncheon, … Continue reading



A little bit Country mixed with a whole lot of Camp

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  Evidently there has been a bit of a bust up between the purists of country music and those who like to combine it with rap and hip-hop.  Banned from the Country Music charts , instead Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” was listed on the Billboard Hot 100  where  it has been at the … Continue reading



Anna Madrigal and Mary Ann-Singleton are back together come June 7th

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  The clock is really ticking down now , although not quite fast enough for us. Come June 7th Netflix are finally releasing globally their mini-series of Armistead Maupin’s beloved gay classic TALES OF THE CITY. This series begins a new chapter in the  story.  when Mary Ann (Laura Linney) returns to present-day San Francisco … Continue reading



Everything’s Gonna Be Okay according to Josh Thomas

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  Out gay Australian actor/comedian/writer Josh Thomas told the Hollywood Reporter last year  “I would just hate to have my very own TV show that doesn’t involve boys kissing.”   So at least we know why he enjoys his work so much.Out gay Australian actor/comedian/writer Josh Thomas told the Hollywood Reporter last year  “I would just … Continue reading



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