What better place to see a play by the irreverent gay 1960s playwright, Joe Orton, than in Leicester?
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.
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 […]
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 […]
There can’t be many people amongst us who aren’t fascinated by the thought of what other people get up to when we’re not looking.
Following a critically acclaimed run at the Laughing Horse Free Fringe in Edinburgh this year, the verbosely talented cast of the Milk Monitors begin their residency at the Leicester Square […]
It’s been a sunny couple of days up here in the North East, and I’ve been looking forward to the Lady Boys of Bangkok’s annual northern takeover for weeks!
So, most of us know all about Oscar Wilde?
I’m calling for a show like Drag Divas to be a nightly event in our fair capital city of London.
His playing is revolutionary, his talent extraordinary, Hahn Bin plays the violin as though his life depended on it.
Perched atop an Ikea coffee table playing a battered old Casio in nothing but his underwear is the curious ball of nervous energy that is Geo Wyeth.