Fabulett : A queer one-person musical featuring music, ideas and lives classified as ‘degenerate’ by the Nazis

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  Berlin, February 1933, the new German leadership orders the closure of all cabarets. But Felix, the emcee of the depraved Fabulett, still has a story to tell. He has felt different all his life – as a son, as a soldier, and as a lover – and now has to abandon the only place … Continue reading

Oscar Wilde’s Dorian Gray will never die

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  It may have been 130 years since Oscar Wilde’s classic novel The Picture of Dorian Gray was first published but the interest in never ever seems to dim.  Maybe Dorian’s obsession with his beauty never fading so that he agrees to sell his soul is what still resounds with us loudly. Definitely, Dorian pursuing … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews ‘An Absolute Farce of a Murder Mystery’ at London’s Drayton Arms Theatre

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  An Absolute Farce of a Murder Mystery ★★★ The Drayton Arms Theatre, London   For those of you looking for theatre that does what it says on the tin, there is currently an obvious choice having its world premiere at the Drayton Arms Theatre. An Absolute Farce of a Murder Mystery delivers a spirited … Continue reading

Twinkle the story of a (Pantomime) Dame scorned .

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  The official definition of Pantomime is  ‘a play or entertainment in which the performers express themselves mutely by gestures, often to the accompaniment of music.’  The reality of this very traditional English stage show which is full of crude double entendres with some of the first drag queens in history would never pass as children’s … Continue reading

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