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Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews Cate Blanchett’s electrifying performance in Tár

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    THE NARCISSISM OF SMALL DIFFERENCES LEADS TO THE MOST BORING KIND OF CONFORMITY  : Lydia Tar It is fair to say that this hypnotic movie belongs to its writer-director Todd Field and its actress Cate Blanchett. Meticulously made, Tár has many layers, it is a complex conversation piece set in the world of … Continue reading



Edison Farrow talks about opening HEAVEN his new gay club in Miami’s South Beach

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For over two decades, EDISON FARROW has been a major moving force in creating exceptional nightlife for the LGBTQ community in Miami’s South Beach. From his Martini Tuesday get-togethers in some of SOBE’s fabulous Hotels to opening a Cabaret Club in the style of a New York Piano Bar where all the wait staff sang and performed too. Now after a stint living in Atlanta, he is back in South Beach and almost immediately he has plans to bring a slice of HEAVEN to SoBe. Literally, as with his partner.s, Edison is about to open HEAVEN a new fabulous gay nightclub on Ocean Drive right next door ti the famous Versace Mansion. He took time out to talk with Queerguru and we will warn you, it’s impossible not to be swept away by all his energy and positivity, and sheer charm …. we cannot wait to go to the Club’s opening this week.

Heaven South Beach
1060 Ocean Drive

Starting February 3rd.

 



SYLVIA SIMS who starred in ViCTIM in 1961 the very first UK film about homosexuality has died aged 89

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  The veteran British actress Sylvia Sims has died aged 89, and whilst ‘younger fands’ will remember her playing  the Queen Mother opposite Dame Helen Mirren in the 2006 film The Queen, she will always be in Queerguru’s heart and  mind for her performance in  The Victim  in 1961 This British neo noir suspense was a … Continue reading



‘Sam Kenyon’s ‘I am not Raymond Wallace: one man’s mistake is another man’s making’ reviewed by Jonathan Kemp for Queerguru

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  In this impressive debut, Sam Kenyon offers a painful meditation on lost opportunities and the grievous consequences of thwarted love. In prose that is as delicate as it is precise, we are given the tale of Ray and Joe, whose lives entwine briefly in New York in 1963 when Ray is just 21 years … Continue reading



OUT OF THE SHADOWS an evening of music for LGBT History Month in London

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  As part of the LGBT History Month in 2023, Robert Hugill presents Out of the Shadows, a recital featuring pianist Nigel Foster (artistic director of the London Song Festival), tenor Ben Vonberg-Clark, and baritone James Atkinson in the world premiere of Hugill’s cantatas Out of the Shadows and Et expecto resurrectionem.  Alongside these two will be a selection of Hugill’s songs, from love songs and … Continue reading



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