Jonny Ward goes to CLUEDO CLUB KILLINGS to try to work out Who Really Did It?

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Did Professor Plum kill the Reverend Green in the Ballroom with the Candlestick? No this is not the latest kinky sex scandal to hit London but rather the sort of question you might ask yourself whilst watching The Cluedo Club Killings – the latest production by the Arcola Queer Collective. Based at the Arcola Theatre in … Continue reading

Peter Harrington reviews the disappointing revival of F*cking Men

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F*cking Men ☆☆ After a series of sell-out runs in London, Edinburgh and Dublin, F*cking Men returns to the King’s Head Theatre for a strictly limited three-week run, celebrating the show’s critically acclaimed history at the venue featuring new cast members. Inspired by the classic play La Ronde by Arthur Schnitzler in 1897, Tony Award-winning … Continue reading

Strictly Ballroom the Musical is adapted as a showcase for Will Young

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Strictly Ballroom is the love story between championship ballroom dancer Scott Hastings breaking all the rules to follow his heart to dance his way, losing his partner en route and Fran an awkward junior dancer who he teaches and takes through to compete in the Pan Pacific Championship but in his way and together they … Continue reading

The Gulf : a tale of two mismatched lesbian souls.

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  THE GULF  @ Tristan Bates Theatre, ☆☆☆ Review by JONNY WARD Ever stuck with a partner because it was easier than splitting up? Playwright Audrey Cefaly explores this dilemma in The Gulf; a delicate and nuanced play set in her native Alabama, the titular Gulf Coast of the USA and directed by Matthew Gould. We … Continue reading

The Tailor Made Man is a tailored made Success.

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The Tailor-Made Man written by Claudio Macor is the true story of how MGM studio owner Louis B Mayer  brought its major silent screen star William “Billy” Haines to his knees in the movie business because of his homosexuality, his indiscreet behavior and his refusal to hide his relationship with his partner (for over 50 … Continue reading

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