Day: 20 October 2017

  • Katie Hopkins’ book, Rude, has publish date pushed back

    Katie Hopkins’ book, Rude has had its publishing date pushed back… Is Rude in Rude health? Katie’s publisher pushes back the drop date for former Celebrity Big Brother and Apprentice star Katie Hopkins’ book. When we first wrote about the book in June the book was placed at number 31,776  in the Amazon Best seller’s list […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Albion, Almeida Theatre, London

    ★★★★★ |  Albion, Almeida Theatre Mike Bartlett is riding on a high at the moment after the success of the second season of woman-scorned drama ‘Dr Foster’. As well as the much acclaimed TV drama he’s also a versatile and witty playwright with a string of theatre hits including the stellar “King Charles II” (what […]

  • COMMENT | Know your gay acronyms: When CBT doesn’t mean CBT

    CBT but not that CBT! When working in social housing the company which employed me, diversified and began to take on service users with severe and enduring mental illness. The brother of a colleague was a mental health practitioner. He came in to do some training and talk us through the manifestation of conditions so […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Venus In Fur, Theatre Royal Haymarket

    ★★★ | Venus In Fur, Theatre Royal Haymarket A playwright/director bemoans the lack of female acting talent after a long day auditioning for the female lead in his new play. In walks Vanda, a ditzy and frenetic actress who’s turned up late but is determined that she’s going to audition for the part whether he wants […]

  • No Hazel-E we won’t forgive you for your dangerous homophobia

    After writing that we should burn in hell, Love & Hip-Hop Hollywood star Hazel-E is asking for forgiveness. Hazel E star of the Love & Hip-Hop Hollywood TV show is apparently asking her gay fans to forgive her after saying  “burn in hell just like God said in the bible”! She made the comment in a comment on her […]

  • Tanzania arrests 12 for “homosexuality” in Dar es Salaam

    Tanzanian police said Wednesday they had arrested 12 men, including two South Africans and a Ugandan, for presumed homosexuality as part of an ongoing crackdown against gays. “We arrested the criminals at (the hotel) Peacock — they were promoting homosexuality.

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