Jonny Woo steps back into 1960’s queer East London for his new play SILVERTOWN

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  Jonny Wooster aka Jonny Woo is one of the key figures in East London’s burgeoning Alternative Drag Scenes.  He’s an actor, writer, producer, drag queen and part owner of the fabulous The Glory one of the queerest pubs in London. Asides from a stint in NY’s burlesque and cabaret scene in the early 2000’s … Continue reading

People Like Us: An Evening of Revellry

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  For a evening of Revellry, People Like Us are taking over iconic East London queer venue The Glory, creating a site-specific installation of images and holding a cabaret featuring talented participants from the project to celebrate the work so far.  ‘People Like Us’ is an ongoing collaborative photography project by artist Holly Revell, exploring … Continue reading

SUPERGLORYHOLE: Big Queer Digital Meltdown!

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  They don’t celebrate Independence Day in the UK (why should they, this is the day the Brits finally let the US loose)  but they will be partying this weekend anyway. Two of our very favorite East London queer venues : DALSTON  SUPERSTORE and THE GLORY are getting together with  The Karaoke Hole for what … Continue reading

Jonny Woo and The Glory … East London’s most hallowed queer space ….have glorious plans for the Holiday Season

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  The aptly named ‘The Glory’ is a hallowed queer space in East London and a platform for forward-thinking queer entertainment, hosting everything from cabaret to performance to DJ night.  Ever since it was opened in 2014 by drag queens Jonny Woo and John Sizzle alongside Colin Rothbart it’s been home to such fabulous events … Continue reading

Tony Hornecker’s Glorious Realm of Fantasy is a World where everyone gets to be creative as they desire

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Tony Hornecker is an internationally renowned artist and set designer. His installations have been staged in institutions such as The Royal College of Art, The Royal Opera House and The Architecture Foundation in London. He has a n extensive resume, but Queerguru knows him best as for his stunning cabaret and dining experience called The Pale Blue Door which put a … Continue reading

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