Following a run of successful shows at Soho Theatre, Latitude and beyond, this creative collision of cabaret, live art and film conceived by award-winning director Nathan Evans celebrates the final date of its 2012 tour by venturing east with a […]
When drag is done badly – it’s hilarious, when it’s done well – it’s tremendous, when it’s done like the Supreme Fabulettes it’s phenomenal.
Lewis Fellows ponders the questions about the labels we give ourselves in the LGBT community in his new column Just A Quickie.
A vivacious musical comedy with heart at its core, it is a story of courage, conviction and empowerment; with an exemplar cast to tell its story, 9 to 5 is the must see musical of the year. The Dolly Parton […]
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 […]
FIVE STAR SMASH HIT EDINBURGH SHOW, COMING TO LONDON’S COMEDY CAFÉ!
Canadian cutie and former star of gothic gay soap opera Dante’s Cove, Charlie David talks to Domenico Sansalone about writing homoerotic paranormal short stories, S/M leather horse masks and hanging out with male strippers. TGUK: All the best looking […]
“Autumn is the mellow season, all the hectic flowering and reproductive activity of the summer is over. For the gardener, this is the time to start putting the garden to bed” – Alan Titchmarsh
At 6.30pm Saturday 13th October an Act of Remembrance and Renewal was held at St Paul’s Cathedral to launch the first National Hate Crime Awareness Week.
The writing is on the walls it seems for the remaining contestants on this year’s X Factor as we delve in to the fully accredited and scientifically backed up ‘Twitter Winning And Theoretical Service’ (TWATS)… (it doesn’t exist). It was […]
Ah Joan. Last night, I was lucky enough to see Joan Armatrading LIVE in Canterbury.