You really have to be a Brit (of a certain age) to fully appreciate the significance of Jamie Barton’s rather earth-shattering performance at the Last Night of The Proms in London. The Promenade Concerts , known as The Proms, were started in 1895, when up until then concerts were only for the rich Brit … Continue reading
The genius performance artist TAYLOR MAC is in Rhode Island today Sunday 15th September, and as we write judy (Taylor’s preferred pronoun) is currently on a Panel at Brown University Granoff Center for the Arts in Providence. However tomorrow at the Fenwick Theater in nearby Worcester in Mass, Mac will be performing an Abridged version … Continue reading
For Queerguru, British satirist Chris Morris’s feature film debut FOUR LIONS was one of the very best movies at Sundance in 2010. This black comedy about an inept group of British Pakistani terrorists pushed any hint of good taste out of the window and stunned the Park City crowd onto silence. It was not … Continue reading
BUTTMITZVAH, London’s first ever queer Jewish club night, is crossing the Pond for the very first time ever to celebrate CHALLAWEEN : The Ultimate Cumming of Age Party . It will be a brand new, shlongtastically fabulous take on the ancient ritual into adulthood. Since it started in 2016 Buttmitvzah very quickly became one … Continue reading
Kevin Devaney, Poet calls himself an itinerant poet with a typewriter penchant as he sits outside Provincetown Town Hall for most of the summer. Clutching a couple of college degrees in Poetry he is the real mccoy, something you will soon find out if you stop by his wee table and request some personal customised prose.
We interrupted him when Rik Ahlberg of Pedal Ptown Bike Tours had asked for a poem about bicycles : check out the rather beautiful result that Queerguru’s Dan Desjardins caught on film.