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Tomorrow We Love : a gender-bending comedic homage to the classic romantic films @ Chain Theatre NY

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  It’s 1960 in the wealthy enclave of Noble Bay, California, where Elaine ‘Lainie’ Fairbanks is the toast of the town. She has it all – money, status and an intimate relationship with the Pacific Ocean. Suddenly Lainie must contend with her husband’s betrayal, her daughter’s rebellion, her best friend’s treachery and the wrath of … Continue reading



UNFROSTED a (very camp) tale of ambition, betrayal, sugar, and menacing milkmen

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  Having grown up in the UK many of the major cultural developments in the US simply passed me by unnoticed.  Such as the major battle   that took place in Michigan in 1963 that was destined to change the nation’s breakfast habits for ever.  The country’s largest cereal producers KELLOGGS and POST were sworn rivals … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews WHAT A FEELING ….. A Jolly Germanic Lesbian Romcom. at BFI Flare

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    As the British Film Institute Flare Festival heads into its final few days it’s nice to discover one of those quirky sub genres that makes these events special. Ladies, Gentlemen and Everybody let me introduce a new favourite, the Jolly Germanic Lesbian Romcom. It’s not often we get to put those three words … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews JUICE an hysterical surrealist queer comedy TV series with RUSSELL TOVEY + MAWAAN RIZWAN

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  Queers and surrealism, for some reason, are not often bedfellows. I’m not sure why, as surrealism removes any boundaries to the imagination, perfect for the creative mind. Add in slapstick comedy, a queer love story and hunky Russell Tovey (Looking, The History Boys), and you have Juice, a unique hit BBC comedy series by … Continue reading



Queerguru’s James Judd reviews ‘Making The Yuletide Gay : A Very Special Paul Lynde Christmas’

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  I’m sure everyone involved in this project would agree that MAKING THE YULETIDE GAY: A VERY SPECIAL PAUL LYNDE CHRISTMAS can be generously described as rough. Very rough. But we all like things a little rough now and again, and it’s scrappiness shouldn’t deter you from watching it. Bright spots abound. Taped in front of a … Continue reading



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