BANANAMAN THE MUSICAL : Everyone loves a Bad Boy, and this Show has more than its fair share.

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  Everyone loves a bad boy and this show has more than its fair share.  Bananaman was a distinctively British, 80’s comic strip and TV cartoon with a hero who was very much an ironic counterpoint to the Superman or Batman phenomenon. It’s fair to say Bananaman is not that bright, but neither does he take … Continue reading

Jonny Woo’s ridiculously sublime Un-Royal Variety

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  The Royal Variety Performance is a glitzy, annual televised quintessential annual British institution where senior members of the Royal Family sit through the (allegedly) best that UK has to offer in the way of contemporary popular entertainment. It’s been a staple tradition of show business since King George V and Queen Mary kicked the first … Continue reading

Oh My Darling Clementine : a night with The Living Fashion Doll

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  This venue used to be the old Atlantic Bar & Grill off London’s Piccadilly Circus, but it’s now been reinvented for a new generation, and walking in to the Brasserie Zedel is an experience in itself. Various eye popping Art Deco interiors vie for your attention, not least the dizzyingly powerful horizontal black and white … Continue reading

queerguru gets some Queer Perspectives at London’s National Portrait Gallery

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There was almost too much to see at the Queer Perspectives event in London’s National Portrait Gallery so once we had grabbed a large glass of wine it was a joy to bump into the indefatigable John Sizzle on DJ duty. Spinning his mercurial mix of camp classics and 80’s anthems he looked like the … Continue reading

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