On the first day that London opens its doors after a very extended Lockdown, the world starts to begin all again. Velma Celli aka internationally-renowned drag creation of West End actor, singer and dancer, Ian Stroughair. announces his new show IRREPLACEABLE. Velma’s last show B.C. (Before Covid) was the fab A Brief History … Continue reading
After just reviewing The Courier a British spy thriller set in the 1960’s, we are going further back in time to the 1950’s for a classic British farce that is just being released on Blu Ray. Exactly why Independent film studio Film Movement are resurrecting is unsure. This quintessential British post-world-war-2 movie will no … Continue reading
If you have never heard of Panti Bliss aka The Queen of Ireland aka A ‘Frigging’ National Treasure then you deserve to have your ‘gay card’ taken away In 2014, Panti landed herself in a legal scandal dubbed ‘Pantigate’. Her speech about homophobia blew everyone away , and has never been bettered since. It … Continue reading
We first met Mrs. Kasha Davis a larger than life Drag Queen when she was appearing at one of out favorite cabaret venues : The Pilgrim House in PTown. We actually interviewed her a couple of times there, but now we are meeting ……. through the power of the internet ……. to talk about Workhorse Queen.
Thisis a warts-and-all brand new documentary from filmmaker Angela Washko about the ups and down of Mrs Davis’s journey seeking brighter lights and bigger stages. What ever happens along the way never seems to dent her irrepressible good spirits even though she may have to reluctantly re-think her path forward.
If you still yearn for queer life in = New York City back in the 1980’s, when drag was so much more original, creative and really fun, then you’ll love this new book THE DRAG EXPLOSION by Linda Simpson The one time publisher of the revolutionary queer magazine, My Comrade , Simpson would go on … Continue reading