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Queerguru’s Jonny Ward reviews DECLAN a contemporary ghost story

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  DECLAN ☆☆☆ Online (via The Actors Centre) Set in a Wiltshire suburb, Declan is a contemporary ghost story, exploring isolation, fear of the outside world and the distance between two friends. As Jimbo recalls the disappearance of his best friend Declan, he is plagued by ghosts of the past, present and future, and the … Continue reading



This Queer House : a disappointing attempt to explore some important themes

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  This Queer House  ☆☆ The Vaults Festival The show has an intriguing premise; Ollie (played by Liv Ello) and Leah (played by Humaira Iqbal) are a young queer couple who have inherited a large old house and a joint renovation project begins. Time progresses, and they struggle to settle into their new home, the … Continue reading



Dumbledore is So Gay : a very fresh, honest take on the gay experience

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  Dumbledore is Gay ☆☆☆☆ Vault Festival, London Can you remember falling in love when you were a teenager? Did you have a massive unrequited crush on your best mate at school? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then ‘Dumbledore is Gay’ will bring all those memories flooding back in vivid … Continue reading



Queerguru reviews La Cage aux Folles (the play) : adapted by Simon Callow

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  La Cage aux Folles  ☆☆☆☆ Park Theatre, London  Many people will know the hilarious La Cage aux Folles from one of its many previous incarnations including three French films (1978,1980 and 1985), a musical version from 1983, and the Hollywood version featuring Robin Williams in 1996. Why might you ask do we need yet … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Jonny Ward reviews Two Fest 2020 a series of two-handed plays

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  Two Fest 2020 (programme B) ☆☆☆ The Space, London It’s a novel idea: take a selection of the best in up and coming playwrights; set the brief that it should be short two-handed plays only; then create a festival of spikey, fun and thoughtful new writing across three densely packed programmes; Voila! Two Fest! … Continue reading



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