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Beryl Cook and Tom Of Finland : new London show celebrates their fabulous commonality of these iconic artists

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    Every now and then an art show pairing comes along that makes you think “Of course, why haven’t they been shown together before?” 2015’s joint Andy Warhol / Ai Weiwei show in Melbourne triggered that thought for me. It happened again today with Studio Voltaire’s latest exhibition, Beryl Cook / Tom of Finland. … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews THE TAILOR MADE MAN the true story of one Hollywood’ greatest (gay) actors

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    The Tailor Made Man ⚝⚝⚝⚝ Prince of Wales, London  The West End has so many undiscovered gems that we are loath to burden you with even more FOMO, yet here we are at the Prince of Wales pub Drury Lane finding you a new pop up dinner theatre place with a show that … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews HEART OF THE MAN ” life-affirming to see good quality First Nation queer stories being told”

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  Back to Australia with another coming-of-age queer drama. Heart of the Man explores the life of Queensland-based 18-year-old amateur boxer Chris Wundurra (Parker Little). Under the very watchful eye of the previously successful ex-boxer, ‘The Wonder Man’ now turned coach, father Sammy (David Cook), Chris is religiously training for his first proper fight. The … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews SUNFLOWER a tough coming-of-age, coming-out drama from Australia

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Australia’s rough, macho culture is examined from a queer perspective in Sunflower, a tough coming-of-age, coming-out drama set in the suburbs of Melbourne. Director/writer Gabriel Carrubba’s debut introduces us to Leo (Liam Mollica), a handsome, strapping seventeen-year-old high school student. His home is a working-class Greek-Italian household with his truck driver dad (Sal Galofaro), mum … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews DALTON’S DREAM, an intimate character study of Dalton Harris, winner of 2018’s UK X Factor, as he navigates harassment about his sexuality whilst trying to develop his music career.

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  Defining one’s sexuality isn’t easy for everyone, especially today where there are several options to choose from. That decision can be harder if you’re in the public eye, where every move and utterance is overly scrutinised by a voracious press and public, eager for gossip. Dalton’s Dream, a poignant new documentary examines this and … Continue reading



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