On the eve of the premiere of Brit queer writer Paul Harvard’s debut play GHBoy opening in London’s Charing Cross Theatre, he talked with QUEERGURU . The play explores gay culture, promiscuity, and the misconceptions that go along with this, and is inspired in part by the murders committed by Stephen Port, as well as Paul’s personal experiences of parties in his youth.
David Robilliard was a queer British poet and artist, and also sometime model for his artist friends the legendary Gilbert and George. He was also on of the very many talents that was lost to the AIDS pandemic in the 1980’s. However thanks to film/TV maker, Joe Ingham, Robilliard and his work are not forgotten. … Continue reading
Brit queer playwright James McDermott choses to remain in Norfolk some 130 miles from the bright lights of London which so inspires his work such as his new olay TIME AND TIDE which is about to have its world premiere at Park Theatre London.
He talked with QUEERGURU about this, and how life is being gay by the British Seaside
Mardik Martin, an Armenian living in Iraq with his wealthy parents, was shipped over to NY in the 1950’s to avoid being conscripted in the Army. Ostensibly he was to go to University here to learn business studies but soon after his arrival there was a Revolution back home and his father was no longer able to send your … Continue reading