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Queerguru’s Jonny Ward checks out a new recording of beloved Brit Camp Comedy Up Pompei

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    UP POMPEI The Shaw Theatre “Titter ye not!” The eternal cry of camp icon Frankie Howerd. Welcome to ancient Rome, where the steps of the Forum are peopled by nubile slave girls and a range of outrageous characters including Lurcio’s owner, Ludicrous Sextus the Senator, his wife Ammonia, his son Nausius and his … Continue reading



Gentlemen Prefer Blondes ; and so does Queerguru’s Jonathan Kemp

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  Gentlemen Prefer Blondes ☆☆☆☆ Union Theatre, London Directed by Sasha Regan Anita Loos’ 1925 novel (famously championed by James Joyce) was first turned into a stage musical in 1949, and must have seemed dated even then, much of the original novel’s caustic indictment of the Jazz Age already softened or lost on its postwar … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Jonny Ward checks out A PARTNERSHIP to see if two London lads can last together

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  A Partnership ☆☆☆ Theatre 503, London A Partnership has an in depth look at whether two men in modern-day London can have a long-lasting monogamous relationship. In real time over the course of an hour, partners Ally (Ben Hadfield) and Zach (Rory Thomas-Howes) have returned to their new flat after a night out to … Continue reading



Derrière on a G String : intense, scatological, childish, and absolutely bloody brilliant.

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  Derriere on a G string ☆☆☆☆☆ Lillian Baylis Studio, London There are over twenty separate scenes in Derriere on a G String, packed into just one hour fifteen minutes running time. Its intense, its scatological, its childish, and it’s absolutely bloody brilliant. The show takes some of the most popular classical music passages and … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Jonny Ward reviews REDD by Boy Blue at London’s Barbican Theatre

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  REDD by Boy Blue ☆☆☆ Barbican There is a poem by the singer/songwriter Rachel ‘Maiday’ Moulden in the programmes for tonight’s show. It’s a touching meditation on the nature of bereavement called ‘Words on Grief’. Choreographer Kenrick ‘H20’ Sandy (Olivier nominated for Blak Whyte Gray in 2017) has taken this as basis to develop … Continue reading



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