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Joseph Wilson films Tayce amongst the trash

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Queerguru has always been a big fan of Joseph Wilson’s work.  This East London boy is one of our very favorite queer Brit filmmakers. and we are always  constantly amazed at the sheer beauty of his pieces. Often using the old face of his part of the city , part derelict, part forgotten, as his … Continue reading



Romeo & Juliet : Reimagined and Virtual for Valentines Day

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  If the COViD 19 means the safest place to celebrate  Valentines Day this year will be staying at home, then we have perfect romantic answer for you Veteran award-winning queer actor Sir Derek Jacobi  (Love is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon etc) has joined a British star-studded cast in a … Continue reading



An Evening With David Bedella

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  For some American actors the draw to live and work in the UK is just to impossible to pass  up on, especially when their work is so well received.  Three time Oliver Award Winner (the British equivalent of a Tony) David Bedella is a case in question.  Bedella  moved to London from in 2001 … Continue reading



Roles We’ll Never Play (….except for Tonight)

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Taking  a leaf out of Broadway Backwards the extremely successful series of concerts with host of stars giving gender-bending performances, members of London’s West End Theatres have now created their own version. “Roles We’ll Never Play” is an extravagent musical evening when some of the finest talents from a string of West End hit musicals get … Continue reading



FROSTBITE- Who Pinched My Muff

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  Frostbite – Who Pinched My Muff?  ☆☆☆  Garden Theatre, London   When choosing which pantomime ** to go and see, some are chosen because you like who is appearing in them, or maybe you saw a good one at the same venue last year. There are some pantos, however, which are chosen purely on … Continue reading



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