Take a tour through Barbra Streisand’s underground shopping centre – in her home – in the new play Buyer & Cellar. Is the shopping centre real? That’s for you to decide, but in this brilliant production, you’ll get a bit […]
★★★★★ | Spy Plays, Above the Stag Theatre, London Intrigue. Attraction. Mystery. Lust. Sex. Murder. These are the themes surrounding two plays rolled into one and called ‘Spy Plays’ now at the Above the Stag Theatre. David Thame’s ‘Kompromat‘ and ‘London/Budapest‘ are shown together […]
★★★★| Four Play, Above the Stag Theatre, London The seven (and a half) year itch rears its ugly head for one gay couple in the new play ‘Four Play’. Now playing at the Above the Stag theatre until February 22, […]
★★★ | Sex/Crime, Soho Theatre, London There’s a sex crime taking place in Soho – it’s ‘Sex/Crime’ the dark comic queer thriller. Now playing until Feb. 1st, 2020 at the Soho Theatre, ‘Sex/Crime’ had its birth at the Glory bar […]
★★★★ | Jerker, Kings Head Theatre, London It is the mid-1980s in San Francisco and two men enjoy a sexual relationship on phone sex lines in Jerker at The Kings Head Theatre. Originally shown in 1986 in Los Angeles, the […]
★★★★ | Afterglow, Waterloo East Theatre, London An extramarital relationship takes its toll on two men expecting a baby in the return of the sexy play Afterglow. After a sell-out run at the Southwark Playhouse which ended just a few […]
Go see Now & Then – not just for the unique storyline but also for the very good songs, all in harmony with each other, with the show, and the actors. It’s just beautiful.
★★★ | Afterglow, London A married gay couple welcome a third and things will never be the same with them again. In the show Afterglow, now playing at Southwark Playhouse, Josh (Sean Hart) and Alex (Danny Mahoney) live comfortably in […]
Lady Sasha de Suinn reviews director Robert Chevara’s highly-praised take on Philip Ridley’s Vincent River, the gripping, LGBT psychodrama now running at the West End’s Trafalger Square Studios to June 22nd.
★★★★ | Tumulus, London There’s a mound in Hampstead Heath where dead bodies of gay men are being found. It’s a tumulus (a mound), and the story behind the tumulus is disturbingly and jarringly portrayed and performed in a show […]
★★★★ | My Dad’s Gap Year A father and son take an adventure of a lifetime in My Dad’s Gap Year. Now playing at the Park Theatre in Finsbury Park, My Dad’s Gap Year is a hilarious comedy about a […]