Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews AUNTIE’S HOUSE part of Kings Head Sight Unseen FestivaL

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  Auntie’s House  ★★★ Kings Head Theatre, London  Auntie’s House, by Paul Stone, is a very new piece of theatre that feels fresh from the workshop. Whilst in need of some development this embryonic work has a heartwarming charm and comic potential that is ripe for future success. Auntie Tamina (Ruchika Jain), a Muslim widow, … 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

SIGHT UNSEEN a collection of new queer work at KINGS HEAD THEATRE, LONDON

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  The Kings Head Theatre in Islington has been such a firm favorite for nearly every London theatre-goer for decades. It is actually one of the oldest pub theatres in London having been housed in the back room of the King’s Head Pub for over 50 years.  Founded by its first Artistic Director Dan Crawford … Continue reading

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