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Michael Clark : Cosmic Dancer

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No young queer about town in the late eighties or early nineties could fail to have noticed the cherubic presence (a very, very naughty cherub mind you) of Michael Clark on the cultural landscape. The outlandish costumes (crotchless, latex or sleek and hypermodern creations) alongside daring collaborations (Leigh Bowery/Derek Jarman/Sarah Lucas/Alexander McQueen/Vivienne Westwood/The Falll) were … Continue reading



Fresh Meat Productions new #stayFRESHatHOME free videos

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  Welcome to Fresh Meat Productions’ #stayFRESHatHOME video series made by the people at the Dance Studios of Sean Dorsey  one of the first transgender dance choreographers  in the US.  Whilst it looks like most of us are still going to be on Lockdown for some time  yet ……. unless we want to end up … Continue reading



If It Were Love : Teddy Award Winning Documentary

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  Queer Austrian filmmaker Patric Chiha s last film was Brothers Of The Night a gritty fascinating documentary about a small group of young Bulgarian Roma men who barter with sex for a better life in Vienna.  Now he is back with  his new film ‘If It Were Love’ which also had its premiere af Berlinale … Continue reading



A Quartet Of Dance inc. the Balletboyz

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The London based BalletBoyz an all-male award winning dance company has always been a Queerguru favorite  Here are dancers Jordan Robson and Bradley Waller with choreography by Christopher Wheeldon and set to contrasting scores by Charlotte Harding and Keaton Henson, Them/Us is an inventive double bill asking where we see ourselves in relation to the … Continue reading



Cunningham : a celebration of a genius’s work

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In the opening scenes  of Moscow-born filmmaker Alla Kovgan ‘s debut film Cunningham, we hear the man himself slightly piqued as he insists to a radio interview he is neither a avant-garde or a modern dance choreographer  He is, he states firmly, just a dancer. It’s not a question of modesty but more a frustration … Continue reading



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