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LGBTQ Pride Month : celebrating our communities …. big and small….. across the globe

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      The real joy of GAY PRIDE MONTH is not the major city celebrity events (how many can the ubiquitous Billy Porter do?) but all the small communities  around the  globe who come together  with such heartfelt events , often for the very first time.  Navan the county town of County Meath,  on … Continue reading



From VEDA to VIBES : queer (good) news from Ireland

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  Never ever think that Veda is JUST a drag queen :this Irish tour-de-force is so much more.  She first came onto Queerguru’s radar when we reviewed HOW TO TELL A SECRET’ an excellent documentary on how millennials deal with HIV in contemporary Ireland. As a passionate HIV activist, Veda just exudes her enthusiasm on … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews Panti Bliss – If These Wigs Could Talk @ London’s Soho Theatre

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  Panti Bliss – If These Wigs Could Talk ★★★★ Soho Theatre, London Panti Bliss is the Queen of Ireland. Drag queen, activist and author, and she has been the face of Irish LGBTQ+ politics since 2014 when a speech she gave about homophobia and transphobia went viral. It led to a national debate about … Continue reading



One week left to see (the fabulous) PANTI BLISS : in If Wigs Could Talk

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  Just one week left to see the fabulous Panti Bliss (aka The Queen of Ireland) in her new-one-woman show on the Peacock Stage of  Dublin’s Abbey Theater. If THese Wigs Could Talk meets Panti, a drag queen at 53, after a lifetime of showbiz, shenanigans, and making a show of herself, taking this moment … Continue reading



Queer On The Pier : this fab outdoor Festival in Hastings UK is BACK

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      To most Brits, the seaside resort of Hastings was made famous back in the year 1066 when the pesky French, led by the William Duke of  Normandy chose the town to start the Norman Conquest when they invaded the whole country.   But that was then and this is now and the only … Continue reading



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