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Queerguru asked two of our prominent book reviewers for their FIVE FAVORITE QUEER BOOKS OF 2021.   Queerguru London Contributing Editor Jonathan Kemp writes fiction and non-fiction and teaches creative writing at Middlesex University. He is the author of two novels – London Triptych (2010), which won the 2011 Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award, … Continue reading

Mark Farrelly performs JARMAN his one play about the British iconic queer filmmaker and activist

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  The British writer/actor Mark Farrelly has established his considerable reputation of telling the stories of iconic queer figures.  First Naked Hope, his one-man play about the legendary Quentin Crisp the flamboyant English writer, humorist, actor, life-class model, and at one-time rent boy. Crisp was a great self-publicist who gave outrageous interviews about his unusual life … Continue reading

Maybe 2022 could be the year you get to star in London’s WEST END?

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  If 2022 is destined to be your year to find stardom (at last) then QUEERGURU may be able to help you.  Our friends who produce Sasha Regan’s smash-hit All-Male H.M.S. Pinafore in London’s Wilton Music Hall has reached out to us.  They are providing a platform to give those who are professionally trained in … Continue reading

Sean Baker’s RED ROCKET discovers the real actor inside Simon Rex

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  The movie and TV industry are supersensitive nowadays about any actor (or executive) who is accused of making unwanted sexual advances or inflammatory speeches. In the past few weeks the Networks didn’t wait a single second to fire actor Chris Noth and comedian Jeff Garlin for such inappropriate behavior (at the time of writing … Continue reading

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