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Sin is in, again : Andrew Hebden reviews Russell T Davies masterpiece

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  This is another first for Queerguru.  We are publishing TWO reviews for one very exceptional production.  Russell T Davies’ IT’S A SIN is nothing less than a queer masterpiece, so we asked Andrew Hebden one of London based Contributing Editors to give us his own take on it too.  If at this stage of … Continue reading



Queerguru’s ANDREW HEBDEN reviews PUBLIC DOMAIN online from London’s Stayhouse

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    Public Domain ☆☆☆ Stayhouse, London While some theatres have met the challenge of streaming during the pandemic by transferring their standard content to online Southwark Playhouse (or Stayhouse as they now call themselves) have done their version of the “Little Engine that Could” by producing a new musical that embraces the creative opportunity … Continue reading



BILLIE : Andrew Hebden reviews a riveting new doc on BILLIE HOLLIDAY

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    Saying that this riveting telling of the life of Billie Holiday is our second favourite music documentary of the past few years does not seem like the compliment it is until we remind you that our favourite was the sublime Amazing Grace centered on Aretha Franklin. Whereas Amazing Grace focuses on the vocal … Continue reading



Andrew Hebden @ BFI Film Fest London reviews KAJILLIONAIRE

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  While we suspect the success of Bong Joon-ho’s satirical Parasite made this odd story of a family of grifters an easier sell to its Executive Producer Brad Pitt we are glad to report that Miranda July’s Kajillionaire quickly sets its own glorious course tearing apart the nuances of sentiment rather than the notions of … Continue reading



Andrew Hebden @ BFI Film Fest London reviews I AM SAMUEL

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  Religion, homophobia, and a lack of resources loom over a touching account of one man reconciling his love for another man with the expectations of his family. The brave participants of this documentary avoid melodrama, histrionics and self pity. It’s a show and tell story that gives its subjects the decency of realism.  Living … Continue reading



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