DIANA : The Untold And Untrue Story

Posted on Categories queermatterLabels , , , , , ,

      I guess you could say that writer/performer Linus Karp has one of those delightfully warped minds we have come to expect ….. and really love from  our favorite queer talented acts.  We often have a discussion in the Queerguru Office about how gay can you actually get.  In the case of  Linus … Continue reading

JD Brousse brings his stunning solo show (le) Pain to Edinburgh Fringe Fest

Posted on Categories queermatterLabels , , ,

  JD Brousse was destined to be a fourth-generation baker, but instead, he ran away from home and joined the circus.  Now a performance artist  (le) Pain is his first solo show and it is about breadmaking, physical heroics, growing up queer in a boulangerie in the south of France, endings and new beginnings. It involves … Continue reading

Queerguru’s TEN TOP PICKS OF MUST-SEE QUEER SHOWS at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2023

Posted on Categories queermatterLabels , , , ,

  There is no better place in the world to spend all of August than in Edinburgh, Scotland. It’s when  the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (also referred to as ‘The Fringe”) dominates the city.  It is the world’s largest performance arts festival, which in 2019 spanned 25 days and featured more than 59,600 performances of 3,841 … Continue reading

Two New (very innovative) Hamlets at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Posted on Categories queermatterLabels , , , , ,

    There are not one, but two, very unique interpretations of Shakespeare’s great tragedy HAMLET being performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year. Sir Ian McKellen has taken the stage as Hamlet for the third time in his career but this time in a collaboration with ballet dancer and choreographer Peter Schaufuss. .  McKellan … Continue reading

Follow queerguru

Search This Blog

View queermatter By: