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

Peaches Christ on the joy of being MOMMIE QUEEREST again

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Peaches Christ is an American underground drag performer, emcee, filmmaker, and actor who is worshipped as a queer icon in their hometown of San Francisco where they got their first break performing in Heklina’s legendary Tranny Shack back in 1996. One of their many life events since then was the San Francisco de Young Museum actually honored them with a “Decade of Peaches Christ Retrospective”

Peaches is particularly known for their love of horror …the camper the better…having once even directed a star-studded indie slasher movie All About Evil.

We caught up with Peaches on the eve of them taking one of their most famous roles of Mommie Queerest on a mini UK Tour with Heklina. Underneath this wickedly funny parody the show also shows Peaches’s real respect for the cult status of the original movie Charismatic with a real passion for their craft, Peaches is, as always, a sheer joy to talk with



Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews Bourgeois & Maurice ‘sparkingly new show’ Pleasure Seekers

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  Bourgeois & Maurice: Pleasure Seekers ☆☆☆☆ Soho Theatre, London   Bourgeois & Maurice want to plunge you headfirst into pleasure. No toe dips. Hedonism is their religion. They may claim to have some rules: No Thinking, No Songs, and No Negativity, but in a sparklingly fresh show at the Soho Theatre they break every … 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

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