Bill Russell revives his ELEGIES FOR ANGELS, PUNKS & RAGING QUEENS at London’s Kings Head Theatre

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      London’s Kings Head Theatre is about to play host to a revival of one of the most important pieces of queer theatre Bill Russell’s ELEGIES FOR ANGELS, PUNKS and RAGING QUEENS It is a dramatic and musical theater piece composed of free verse poems and songs reflecting the lives of people who … Continue reading

Happily Ever Poofter: Delicious dirty ‘Disney’

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Happily Ever Poofter  ☆☆☆ Kings Head Theatre; London Queerguru loves a bit of genre bending and with tonight’s performance of Happily Ever Poofter we believe we have just had a taste of the sweet and salty frankenfruit of Disney and the Rocky Horror Show.  Directed and produced by Denholm Spurr, kindly deciding that he and … Continue reading

Jonathan Kemp ☆☆☆☆☆ review of JOCK NIGHT : Adam Zane’s drama with emotional depth and savage wit.

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  JOCK NIGHT ☆☆☆☆☆ Hope Theatre Company King’s Head, Islington, London Adam Zane’s background is in verbatim theatre, and that commitment to verisimilitude is on clear display in his first full-length non-verbatim play, JOCK NIGHT. In the programme notes he details the months of researching chemsex, interviewing men whose lives have been affected by it. … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews MARY LACY WOZ HERE part of Kings Head Sight Unseen Festival

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  Mary Lacy Wos Queer ★★★ KIngs Head Theatre, London   If you ever got bored during a history lesson there is a good reason why. It simply wasn’t mischievous enough. Mark Daniels‘ historically-based story Mary Lacy Woz Queer has bags of jaunty mischief to help share its gender-blurring lessons. Self-named student Krissy (Naz Simsek), … Continue reading

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