Rendez-Vous Dance presents The Monocle which brings to life the feel of 1930’s Paris in the city’s very first lesbian club

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      It is always such a joy to discover what is playing at Wilton’s Music Hall in London.  In the mid-19th-century it was a grand music hall attached to an 18th-century terrace of three houses and a pub. Originally an alehouse dating from 1743 or earlier, it may well have served the Scandinavian … Continue reading

Connor Delves talks about STARCROSSED a very sexy queer take on the world’s most famous love story

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    Connor Delves is about to recreate his role as Mercutio in STARCROSS about Mercutio and Tybalt. Sworn enemies and…fated lovers. In this fresh twist on the world’s most iconic love story, STARCROSSED unveils the intrigue and passion of a forbidden romance forged in strife, stifled by circumstance and silenced by history. In the … Continue reading

Freddie Love and QUEER COWBOYS from the Wild West @Wiltons Music Hall

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  ​ Freddie Love is a nonbinary multidisciplinary artist who is now based in London but originally hails from ‘the wild west’ of Oklahoma.  This may explain the reason behind his new country music show ‘Queer Cowboys’. It tells the fantastical heartwarming stories of two transgender cowboys who lived in the 19th century American Frontier … Continue reading

Peter Groom is Dietrich: Live at Wiltons

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    What is the enduring appeal of Marlene Dietrich? What makes her still so bewitching? Especially to queers? Peter Groom’s one (wo)man show Dietrich: Natural Duty, currently on at Wilton’s Music Hall in East London, certainly goes some way to answering that. The ethereal beauty, the playfully enigmatic personality, the sense of a woman very much in control … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden is at Wiltons Music Hall to review Sweeney Todd or ‘The String of Pearls’

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  Sweeney Todd or ‘The String of Pearls’★★★ Wiltons Music Hall   Most will be familiar with Sweeney Todd, the Sondheim musical about the Demon Barber of Fleet St, who slit the throat of his victims and sold the meat to his female accomplice who used it to make pies. However less familiar is The … Continue reading

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