Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews BOTTOMS a very punchy comedy

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  “Bottoms” was the happy surprise of the Provincetown International Film Festival for this reviewer. The official synopsis said, “Two unpopular queer girls in their senior year start a fight club to try to impress and hook up with cheerleaders.” Of course, we try to approach every film with an open mind, but this old … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews ‘CANDY GIGI Friday Night Sinner’ …. in which NOTHING is off-limits

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Candy Gigi Friday Night Sinner★★★★ Soho Theatre London  There are some things that only a woman can say about being a woman. There are some things that only a Jewish person can say about being Jewish. Candy Gigi says, sings, shouts and vomits them all at the Soho Theatre. And it’s hilarious. Candy Gigi believes … Continue reading

Jon Bradfield’s queer comedy ANIMAL opens in London’s Park Theatre

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    Animal is a hilarious, uncomfortable and heart-warming play beginning this week at London’s excellent Park Theatre in Finsbury Park. Meet David – 25 years old, gay, disabled with Cerebral Palsy, and profoundly horny. He can’t eat, drink or shower by himself – let alone the rest. Totally inexperienced, he embarks on a sexual … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews Joao Pedro Rodrigues’ queer fantasy romantic musical comedy Will O The Wisp

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  Will O The Wisp is director Joao Pedro Rodrigues’ unique queer fantasy romantic musical comedy. Both sexy and fun, prepare yourself for an unforgettable hour of craziness. We begin in the erotic year 2069. Portuguese King Alfredo (Joel Branco) is farting away on his deathbed, reminiscing about his youth as a volunteer firefighter when … Continue reading

Ian Hallard’s ‘The Way Old Friends Do’ a new comedy about devotion, desire and Abba’s’ dancing queens. 

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  Can we ever get enough of Abba?   No need to answer, it’s a rhetorical question as we know there’s a bit of Dancing Queen in all of us.  London already has ABBA Voyage a virtual concert with avatars, depicting the group in a purpose-built venue officially called the ABBA Arena.  But for those who … Continue reading

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