Rosie will be on the phone to the American writer and performer Peter Michael Marino. His new show “Desperately Seeking the Exit” takes a comedic look at writing, staging and seeing the closing of “Desperately Seeking Susan”. He plays at the Leicester Square Theatre from 24th April to 20th May.
Lucie Barât and Zoe Zammit from Little Episodes Publishing talk about their latest release “Queer Episodes”. It is an anthology of poetry and prose that celebrates identity as Little Episode’s mission is to de-stigmatise depression and see more equality for the LGBT community.
Also in the studio is voice specialist Rebecca Root, who helps transgendered people making their transition to male / female. Since she is a transsexual person herself, Rebecca has a unique insight into the process.
Rosie chats to performance artist Stacy Makishi, whose new show “The Falsettos” can be seen on 24th and 25th May at Chelsea Theatre, where she also reprises her previous show “The Making of Bull – The True Story” on 20th May.
Sharon Holloway goes down memory lane with Rosie as they talk about a same sex wedding demo that they and other students at York University staged outside York Minster on a Valentine’s Day in 1991 and how far the gay rights movement has come since then.
Back in the studio is Clayton Littlewood talking to Rosie about the adventure of turning his novel “Goodbye to Soho” into an audiobook, which will be out this month.
Amy Lamé sits in for Rosie and brings along a lovely bunch of guests:
Journalist Beth Williams and DJ and club promoter Baylen Leonard talk about their fascination with country music.
Founding editor of GayStarNews Tris Reid-Smith keeps us up to date with this week’s top LGBT news stories.
The cabaret duo Bourgeois & Maurice chat about their new show at London Wonderground on 31st May and their new album “The Third”.
Rosie discusses with Juliette Prais and Emma Ziff from Pink Lobster Dating the lesbian dating industry and whether gay women are still more monogamous than their male counterparts.
Singer Kitty Richardson joins Rosie with her band for some live music and talks about her latest CD and her upcoming gig at the New Cross Inn on 31st May.
Nick Field carries us away chatting about his new show “Adventure/Misadventure”, which is a mix of spoken word, physical theatre and music on themes of travel and freedom. It runs at the Ovalhouse from 4th to 22nd June.
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