Vigil Outside Daily Mail Offices Following Death Of Transgender Teacher Lucy Meadows
In memory of Lucy Meadows: Vigil Against Monstering. Following the tragic death of popular primary school teacher Lucy Meadows last Tuesday, a ‘vigil against monstering’, in Lucy’s memory, has been planned to take place tomorrow evening, (25th March 2013) outside the Daily Mail offices in Kensington. Online anger has being growing after the emergence of […]
Celebrity Big Brother Round Up
It’s been a busy old week in the Big Brother house. What with Paula’s eviction – such a shame; I reckon there was a lot more fun to be had there. And then Sam’s eviction. He was the good looking guy. Scottish. Really quiet. Remember? No, I know, I barely do either… Heidi and Spencer […]
THEATRE REVIEW | Merrie Hell
‘Tis the season to be jolly cynical and brutally honest. David Hoyle’ s new show, in which he teams up with Richard Thomas, writer and composer of the Olivier award winning, Jerry Springer: The Opera, was transfixing from the very second Hoyle took to the stage.
FILM REVIEW | Pam Ann Live From New York City
★★★★ | Pam Ann Live From New York City When I moved to London as a pink faced, wide eyed young lad from the midlands, live cabaret was quite an alien concept to me. In those heady days I’d bounce from bars, where bar boys would be doing camp Steps routines, to club nights where […]
INTERIEW | Myra Dubois
Rotherham’s finest export since Paul Shane, Myra Dubois, is one of the fastest rising and sought after cabaret artists around right now.
THEATRE REVIEW: What Would Beyonce Do?
I had absolutely no idea what to expect from Luisa Omeilan’s solo show, What Would Beyonce Do’, preferring to go into reviews knowing as little as possible, which tends to give me a fairer overview of the piece and boy was I in for a ride with this show.