If You Love Me This Might Hurt

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  If You Love Me This Might Hurt is an uncomfortable and funny show about rage, suicide, and so-called self-care. In his debut solo show, Matty explores mental health, what it is to grow up queer and working-class around men and the trauma they inflict, and the magic of having a brilliant Nan. (i.e Grandmother) … Continue reading

MY DEAR AUNTY NELL has invited us round for tea. for an evening of gossip and hearsay, and see how LGBT+ history has been shared for generations.

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  When a community is written out of history books, they find their own way to share their stories. So Tommy (The Queer Historian) has invited us all around to Aunty Nell’s for tea and tales. It’s a very British tradition but with a very distinctive queer touch.  Dear Aunty Nell often said: “The only … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews A SHINING INTIMACY a show about theatre, queer friendships, and grief,

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  A Shining Intimacy  ★★★★ Camden Peoples Theatre : London    A Shining Intimacy is an innovative new show by performer Tom Marshman. Marshman is a storyteller and for this show, he explores queer friendships and grief, as well as the world of theatre. He highlights the special relationship between the actors, the late Kenneth … Continue reading

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