THE GULF @ Tristan Bates Theatre, ☆☆☆ Review by JONNY WARD Ever stuck with a partner because it was easier than splitting up? Playwright Audrey Cefaly explores this dilemma in The Gulf; a delicate and nuanced play set in her native Alabama, the titular Gulf Coast of the USA and directed by Matthew Gould. We … Continue reading
One of the regular events held at VFD one of the best queer performance spaces in London’s East End is Femme Feral. It’s a queer fight club that takes no prisoners and holds nothing back. Founded by artists Phoebe Patey-Ferguson and Anna Smith in the dark days after Britain voted to leave the European Union, … Continue reading
If The Glory is the epicenter of the best in alternative queer performance, then Sex/Crime premieres in its spiritual home. The sharp, precise and witty script (from actor/playwright Alexis Gregory) ensures a hypnotic momentum to the action from the start and the pace rarely slips. Sex/Crime is an inky black comedy (think Joe Orton’s What … Continue reading
One of the real highlights of our recent visit to London was An Audience with La Voix the delightful and rather fabulous chanteuse who talked about being a semi-finalist on Britain’s Got Talent, being in Ab Fab: The Movie and her mission to bring back glamour to the world.