Vault Festival ’19 is packed full of queer culture

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10 days time sees the kick-off of one of Queerguru’s favorite events ; the Vault Festival in London.  It’s 7th edition has  been extended to eight weeks and has a jam packed schedule that has way too many unmissable shows. What we love most about VAULT is its enthusiastic commitment to showcasing queer drama, comedy … Continue reading

Alexis Gregory has woven various themes together beautifully in his compelling performance in RIOT ACT

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Riot Act ☆☆☆☆ The Kings Head Theatre Alexis Gregory bounds on stage like an excitable puppy and delivers a masterclass in the oral tradition. His latest piece (following sold-out Sex-Crime previously reviewed here) presents the verbatim record of his interviews with three gay men. Each has a tale to tell and Michael-Anthony Nozzi’s is absolutely … Continue reading

Andrew Hebden reviews Regretxit : A lot of sauce in a small bottle 

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Regretxit ☆☆☆☆ Etcetera Theatre ( part of Camden Fringe)  For those unable to make it up from London to the Edinburgh Fringe for the 20th year in a row there is always the more convenient, and accessible by tube, Camden Fringe.  In its 14th year and running up until 25th August there is plenty of time to … Continue reading

Andrew Scott IS Noel Coward in this sparkling revival of PRESENT LAUGHTER at London’s Old Vic

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  PRESENT LAUGHTER ☆☆☆☆ THE OLD VIC, LONDON   There is no hotter actor in the UK at the moment than the openly gay Irish Andrew Scott. His recent portrayal of the love interest priest for Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s character in the wildly popular and critically acclaimed Fleabag has shot Scott to the top. He appears … Continue reading

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