Ian Hallard’s ‘The Way Old Friends Do’ a new comedy about devotion, desire and Abba’s’ dancing queens. 

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  Can we ever get enough of Abba?   No need to answer, it’s a rhetorical question as we know there’s a bit of Dancing Queen in all of us.  London already has ABBA Voyage a virtual concert with avatars, depicting the group in a purpose-built venue officially called the ABBA Arena.  But for those who … Continue reading

Jon Bradfield’s queer comedy ANIMAL opens in London’s Park Theatre

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    Animal is a hilarious, uncomfortable and heart-warming play beginning this week at London’s excellent Park Theatre in Finsbury Park. Meet David – 25 years old, gay, disabled with Cerebral Palsy, and profoundly horny. He can’t eat, drink or shower by himself – let alone the rest. Totally inexperienced, he embarks on a sexual … Continue reading

Queerguru’s own Dancing Queen Ris Fatah reviews THE WAY OLD FRIENDS DO in London

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  The Way Old Friends Do  ★★★★ Park Theatre , London  We’re having another ABBA moment. London’s stunning ABBA Voyage show is packed out every night, U2 has just covered SOS, and the legendary Mark Gatiss (Nighty Night, A League of Gentlemen, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Dracula) is directing an ABBA-inspired play, The Way Old Friends … Continue reading

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