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Notes and Queeries : Keith Jarrett at the British Library

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Queerguru’s London Correspondent JONATHAN KEMP has another day job too.  He is the published author of London Triptych (Myriad, 2010) which was shortlisted for the inaugural Green Carnation Prize and won the Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award in 2011. His other fiction works include Twentysix (2011) and Ghosting (2015), and his nonfiction works include … Continue reading



The British Museum and its LGBTQ Tours

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  The British Museum in London was the first national public museum in the World.  Founded in 1753 and the fact that it has nearly 6 million visitors a year now is not just due to its exceptional and unique collections and artifacts, but also because it continues to strive to stay relevant. Last week … Continue reading



Jonathan Kemp “absolutely loved this queer take on Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” : his review of WIFE at London’s Kiln Theatre

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  Wife  By Samuel Adamson  ☆☆☆☆ KILN THEATRE, Kilburn The Norwegian Feminist theorist Toril Moi once commented that the slam of the door at the end of Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” (1879) resounded throughout the twentieth century. Samuel Adamson’s new play explores the repercussion of that slammed door well into the twenty first century in … Continue reading



Jonny Ward’s ☆☆☆☆☆ review of the electrifying performance of non-binary transgender actor Jenet Le Lacheur as HAMLET

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  Hamlet  ☆☆☆☆☆ Iris Theatre Director Daniel Winder does death wonderfully: whether it is Gertrude’s poisoning which is visceral and gruesome, or Polonius’s violent and prolonged demise at the sharp end of Hamlets dagger. Welcome to Hamlet – Game of Thrones style! Iris Theatre is a summertime institution. For the last ten years it has … Continue reading




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