★★★★ | Desiree’s Coming Early, Soho Theatre, London 90 minutes of non-stop comedy is what you’ll get when you see Desiree Burch. American comedian Burch, now at the Soho Theatre […]
★★★★★| The View Upstairs If you plan to see any show this summer, make sure it is The View Upstairs. The View Upstairs is a musical that’s full of very […]
Her version of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” that will have you, and the rest of the audience, laughing in tears. Go see Myra Dubois: We Wish You A Myra Christmas show pronto, it ends this Saturday!
★★★★ | 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 […]
★★★★★ | Reuben Kaye, Soho Theatre Never heard of Reuben Kaye? You will! Sick, slick, as gorgeously filthy as a pouting penis, Kay’s a living bigot’s nightmare, spunking left, right […]
★★★★★ | Dust, Soho Theatre Alice, the central character of Dust, is dead, looking on as the aftermath of her suicide causes unexpected reactions. Don’t expect Patrick Swayze style saucy […]
This April, Soho Theatre audiences are set to embark on an extraordinary journey courtesy of one of London’s most celebrated and versatile cabaret performers: Fancy Chance. Her debut autobiographical show […]
★★★★★ | Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales: Unwrapped I have to confess that I had mixed emotions at the prospect of seeing Jinkx Monsoon (Seattle’s youngest M.I.L.F. and the victorious […]
★★★ | Karugula What is “Karugula” and what is this play about? I’m not sure that you’ll leave this play with a definitive answer and you may well not even […]
“A wedding is just paying lots of money so that your friends will treat you like a famous person for a day” ★★★
Bug | James Norton and Kate Fleetwood star in the 20th anniversary production of Tracy Letts’ Bug.