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Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews ‘My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?)’

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  My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) ★★★★ Ambassadors Theatre, London A creeping horror comes upon the audience about 2 mins into Rob Madge’s My Son’s A Queer (But what can you do?). After being lulled by the title into thinking it’s going to be a tale as old as time about … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden gets an AI immersive experience at Swamp Motel’s SAINT JUDE

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  SAINT JUDE ★★★★ SWAMP MOTEL Since the launch of the Open AI Chatgpt in November you may have seen lots of debate about how Artificial Intelligence is coming for your job and will change the world. Well, now it’s here, and it’s coming for your night out first.  Swamp Motel makes immersive experiences, the … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews George Takei making his West End Debut In ALLEGIANCE

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Allegiance ★★★★ Charing Cross Theatre, London Last year this critic learned about the tragedy of the partition of India from DIsney’s Ms Marvel. This year it was time to learn about the scandal of the US internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans in World War II from George Takei’s Allegiance. So far, it’s two points to … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews Emma Corrin in ORLANDO written by Neil Bartlett & directed by Michael Grandage

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  ORLANDO  ★★★★ London Garrick Theatre   Who am I? Where am I? And Who do I love? These are the three questions Orlando asks himself and then herself as they are tumbled through time, gender and geography. Hundreds of years and lovers come and go in this high-spirited helter-skelter of literary fun. And, it … Continue reading



Love Goddess : The Rita Hayworth Musical …. reviewed by Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden

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  Love Goddess: The Rita Hayworth Musical★★★ The Cockpit Theatre, London Rita Hayworth was the biggest female star of the 1940s, born Margarita Carmen Dolores Cansino, she had 5 husbands, made 61 movies, and (thank you Lord) inspired the creation of the margarita. That in itself is worthy of the word legendary. Making a show … Continue reading



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