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Frock The World: Vol. 2, Fuelling Fantasy. Queerguru’s Jonathan Kemp says ‘Enter If You Dare’

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  The brainchild of creative director and photographer,Eli Schmidt, Frock the World is a high-end publication devoted to providing an uncensored space for queer culture. The name’s potentially misleading, given that there’s virtually nothing  about frocks, After Volume One (Physical Sensation), this second issue is dedicated to fantasy because, as Schmidt says, “after a long … Continue reading



UN//TITLED: An Anthology of Queer Contemporary Art, 2016-2020 Balaclava.Q reviewed by JONATHAN KEMP

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Established by artist/director Stiofan O’Ceallaigh in 2016 in response to the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, and named after the hood/headwear that obscures the face/identity and associated perhaps most powerfully with terrorism – and more recently with Pussy Riot – Balaclava.Q is an International Queer Art Project & Collective focused on connecting, promoting and creating … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews “Oh We Do Like to Be” @ London’s Turbine Theatre

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Oh! We Do Like to Be ☆☆☆☆ Turbine Theatre This play’s first half is already half full Like a ripening banana queer theatre in London is slowly poking its way out of the lockdown. And let us tell you Queerguru is more than ready to have at that fruit. One of the rare benefits of … Continue reading



Oscar Wilde’s THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY gets a star studded production

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I was always taught, and always teach, that drama occurs in the present tense – that theatre’s most valuable asset as a mode of storytelling lay in its presentation of the here and now, a story unfolding before you. This production/adaptation of Wilde’s classic novel makes the bold decision to deliver a retrospective narration: Dorian … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Stephen Coy is very intrigued with “Leaving Isn’t the Hardest Thing”

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  One never knows what will “come over the transom” at QueerGuru.  Many of the books are evidently not of interest to our readers.  At least that is the decision made by the staff.  Occasionally, an unexpected gem will surface.  Since Elizabeth McCracken offered praise for Lauren Hough’s book of essays, why not give it … Continue reading



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