Legendary Alternative Drag Performer David Hoyle in “Please Feel Free To Ignore My Work”

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  Queerguru has always been a big fan of the work of the legendary Brit queer performer David Hoyle one of the very first ‘alternative drag’ artists. After we got to talk  with him back in 2018 about his new film Uncle David 2, we were well truely hooked and have been following him ever since  … Continue reading

Holly Revel: PEOPLE LIKE US exploring trans and non-binary identities and experiences;

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  Brit Holly Revell is an artist photographer and documenter of performance who has a keen eye for preserving and collaborating with queer artists, making images and portraits which explore performance and transforming identities. They made their mark on London’s queer cabaret scene in 2010 with their photo-booth installation DARKROOM, which offered a live photographic … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah is spellbound by David Hoyle’s queer reimagining of Ibsen’s HEDDA

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  Hedda (after Ibsen) is the cinematic, theatrical, queer re-imagining of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s classic play from 1891, Hedda Gabler. Created, written, and directed by Jen Heyes, the play stars the UK’s avant-garde, national treasure, David Hoyle. This 21st Century interpretation of the play takes us on an hour’s journey into a sad, slightly … Continue reading

David Hoyle & Lee Baxter : Two artists/friends in Lockdown

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  Veteran Brit performance artist David Hoyle who we feature as often as we can has just mounted an exhibit of his artwork with his best friend for over the past 30 years, the photographer Lee Baxter.  The two have a lot in common besides living in the same postcode in the very queer-friendly city … Continue reading

The anarchic humor of the iconic David Hoyle

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  The title ‘queer icon’ is so overused these days and usually for describing the most unqualified of people.  It does however perfectly fit David Hoyle a legendary English performance artist, avant-garde cabaret artist, singer, actor, comedian, and film director. Since the early 1990’s Hoyle’s surreal satirical performances have established him as one of our … Continue reading

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