Andrew Hebden reviews Regretxit : A lot of sauce in a small bottle 

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Regretxit ☆☆☆☆ Etcetera Theatre ( part of Camden Fringe)  For those unable to make it up from London to the Edinburgh Fringe for the 20th year in a row there is always the more convenient, and accessible by tube, Camden Fringe.  In its 14th year and running up until 25th August there is plenty of time to … Continue reading

Body Talk : The Odd Throuple find each other

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Body Talk ☆☆☆☆ Full Disclosure Theatre  The Vault Festival, London  Body Talk opens with three semi naked bodies standing on stage. Before the story starts their bodies are already telling tales on them. Those stories hang in the air around them like the worst kind of gossip even before we hear a word of David … Continue reading

Cassie Workman/Giantess : The fun of choosing your own pronouns

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  Cassie Workman/Giantess ☆☆☆ Soho Theatre, London Whether transexual or not by the end of Cassie Workman’s one person show Giantess there is a good chance that you will be transpedantic, our new favourite word at queerguru. That’s because Cassie, who self describes as “pedantic first, trans second” will have armed you with enough ostentatiously … Continue reading

Die Walkure at Hackney Empire : Like a Virgin – Opera for beginners

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  Die Walkure ☆☆☆☆ Arcola Theatre at Hackney Empire Here at Queerguru, we pride ourselves on being very much part of the Try-It-You-Might-Like-It -Club. Indeed one of the senior team is rumored to have that as a tramp stamp in cursive. However, when we got the invite to review Wagner’s opera Die Walkure at the … Continue reading

Elegies for Angels, Punks & Raging Queens : a richer and more diverse Inheritance

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  Elegies for Angels, Punks AND Raging Queens  ☆☆☆☆ Union Theatre, London In a year in which The Inheritance claimed every kind of London theatre accolade it’s a tough job to put on an AIDS crisis era play without inviting comparison. Happily, when contrasted rather than compared, Elegies sets its own standard. It is different … Continue reading

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