BANANAMAN THE MUSICAL : Everyone loves a Bad Boy, and this Show has more than its fair share.

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  Everyone loves a bad boy and this show has more than its fair share.  Bananaman was a distinctively British, 80’s comic strip and TV cartoon with a hero who was very much an ironic counterpoint to the Superman or Batman phenomenon. It’s fair to say Bananaman is not that bright, but neither does he take … Continue reading

Jonathan Kemp revels in the rude festive cheer of BUTTONS

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BUTTONS: A CINDERELLA STORY ☆☆☆☆ Charles Court Opera  @ Kings Head Theatre It’s panto season and Charles Court Opera’s take on the Cinderella Story twists the traditional narrative into glorious, gender-bending lewd fun in their offering at the King’s Head  Theatre (till Jan 5th). In this gloriously topsy-turvy version, Buttons is a toy bear who … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews a new production of STRAIGHT AND NARROW

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Straight and Narrow    ☆☆☆ Above The Stag Theatre. London   There is something jarring about Straight and Narrow, currently running at the Above the Stag Theatre. Written by Jimmie Chinn and heralding the directorial debut of Mark Curry it takes a moment to realize what it is. Set in the 1980s and first performed … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews the ‘provoking, passionate 90 minutes ‘KISS MARRY KILL’ an electrifying queer prison love story

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  KISS MARRY KILL ⚝⚝⚝⚝⚝ Stone Nest , London Kiss Marry Kill is a fantastic new play currently on at London’s Stone Nest performance space. Previously the legendary Limelight club, Stone Nest’s cavernous dark and gloomy Victorian chapel is the perfect setting for this provocative queer prison drama based on an amazing true story, and … Continue reading

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