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No Place Like Home: Powerfully dark head-spinner 

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  NO PLACE LIKE HOME ☆☆☆☆ Camden People’s Theatre, London Just as Queerguru is looking towards the end of year review of our favorite shows this outstanding one man show about male violence within the gay scene has given us pause for thought. When there is a show this good about something despicable maybe celebration … Continue reading



Queerguru is dazzled by magic of Miriam Teak-Lee very much the star of ‘& Juliet’, London’s latest hit musical

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& Juliet ☆☆☆☆ Shaftesbury Theatre The plot for & Juliet opens with an intriguing proposition. What if Anne Hathaway (Shakespeare’s neglected wife) could take control of the plot of Romeo and Juliet and rewrite it to focus on Juliet’s desires. How would that female perspective change Shakespeare’s most famous romantic play? Throw in a selection … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Jonny Ward reviews Parris is Dreaming @London’s Pleasance Theater

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Parris is Dreaming ☆☆☆☆ The Pleasance Theatre Parris is Burning examines the lives of three women “dismissed, ignored and affected by society” through music, dance, sound effects, clowning, physical theatre and natural dialogue. The show opens with three androgynous stylish performers lip syncing to “I got the music in me” with cropped hair, immaculate makeup, … Continue reading



Queerguru’s JONNY WARD reviews Mark Farrelly in QUENTIN CRISP: NAKED HOPE

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  Quentin Crisp; Naked Hope ☆☆☆☆ Kings Head Theatre Quentin Crisp; Naked Hope draws much of its material from Crisps autobiography “The Naked Civil Servant”. It follows a similar format as the show Quentin Crisp himself devised back in the 70’s (an amusing autobiographical monologue followed by a relaxed question and answer session with the … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Jonny Ward reviews FIGS IN WIGS in Little Wimmin

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  Little Wimmin ☆☆☆ The Pleasance, London Figs in Wigs are the darlings of the alt-cabaret scene and everyone has turned out in force to support the London premiere of their latest show. John Sizzle (boss of The Glory) is here, as is Glyn Fussell (boss of Sink The Pink) and also club mega star … Continue reading



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