Jonny Ward on the funny and fresh take on Chemsex in Christopher Adam’s TUMULUS

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Tumulus ☆☆☆☆ Soho Theatre, London There is a long and growing list of plays that take the Chemsex experience as their concept and Queerguru has reviewed quite a few of them including Bingo, Chemsex Monologues and Undetectable. Tumulus is different, not only because it is produced by the Outside Edge Theatre Company (the UK’s only … Continue reading



Jonathan Kemp reviews Linus Karp’s flawless performance in ‘Awkward Conversations With Animals I’ve F*cked ‘

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  Awkward Conversations With Animals I’ve F*cked  ☆☆☆ Kings Head Theatre, Islington, London   Following a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe last summer, LINUS KARP brings his performance of Rob Hayes’ one-man show, ‘Awkward Conversations With Animals I’ve F*cked’ to London’s Kings Head Theatre. KARP gives an engagingly vulnerable performance as Bobby, as … Continue reading



Jonny Ward reviews QUEERTERIA : ‘a spectacular hot mess’

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Queereteria ☆ Above the Stag Theatre Queereteria is a spectacular hot mess. It is set in a post-apocalyptic world where the only TV station is run by and stars Lady Domina Bizarre (played with professional pizazz by Matthew Baldwin). She is holding Torsten – a former star and singer (played by Andy Bell of Erasure … Continue reading



Jonny Ward reviews the European premiere of CRY HAVOC at London’s Park Theatre

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  Cry Havoc ☆☆☆☆ Park Theatre Is there a right way to care? Can you love in the wrong way? Cry Havoc looks at these questions and more as the play opens to reveal a shabby but cultured room in Cairo, with books lining the floors and intricately carved wooden panels casting shadows on the … Continue reading



Jonathan Kemp reviews the surreal experience of AFTER EDWARD

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  AFTER EDWARD ☆☆☆☆☆ SAN WANAMAKER PLAYHOUSE, LONDON Sense is overrated”, declares Gertrude Stein at one point in this play and certainly you’re in for a surreal experience with this powerful and quick-witted response to Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II. Much of tonight’s cast are from the recent Globe production of Marlowe’s famous gay play, including … Continue reading



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