Rosie speaks to performer Scottee who tells us about the final shows of ‘Hamburger Queen’, which are on 3rd, 10th and 17th April at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. This time round there is a new head judge and a tap troupe.
Josefeen Foxter and Muffin Hix from ‘Fringe! Spring Fling’ give us details on the Film & Arts Fest that features queer films, parties and talks on 11th and 12th April in East London.
We hear from Anna Margarita Albelo, director of ‘Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf‘. She is joined by Guinevere Turner who plays the lead in the film, which was shown at the film festival ‘Flare’.
Rosie chats to Ben Walters about his new quarterly cabaret ‘Come With Me If You Want To Live’. They are joined by David Hoyle, who is also part of the first show, which opens its curtain on 11th April at Chelsea Theatre.
Director Tim McArthur talks about his production of ‘Orton’, a new musical based on the lives of the writers Joe Orton and Kenneth Halliwell. It runs at the Above the Stag Theatre from 2nd April to 4th May.
We hear from the actors Rob Callender and Dario Coates who play in ‘Another Country’. Julian Mitchell’s drama portrays the lives of public schoolboys in the 1930s with the character of Guy Bennett being based on spy Guy Burgess.
Rosie chats to writer Martin Walker, former editor of Scotsgay and current comedy editor of Broadway Baby, who offers an insight into what acts will be presented in early summer in preparation for the Fringe.
Comedian Andrew Doyle talks about his appearance on the ‘One Pound Cabaret’ at The Kings Arms in Waterloo on 20th April and his new show ‘Zero Tolerance’ which will be at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
Acrobats Chris Willoughby “Chrisalys” and Paul Evans present the show ‘Puffball’, which is part of the CircusFest at the Roundhouse. Puffball runs from 22nd til 27th April.
Rosie has director Bruno Baretto on phone, whose film ‘Reaching for the Moon’ portrays the love affair between American poet Elizabeth Bishop and Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares. The DVD is out on 12th May.
Kathy Parker and Frankie Green, founder of the Women’s Liberation Music Archive, talk about their work, the music and the artists of their collection.
Rosie talks to Ingo, founder of Club Wotever, which regularly presents events at Royal Vauxhall Tavern, including the ‘Female Masculinity Appreciation Society #007’ on 9th May.
Writer Sophia Blackwell talks about her involvement with the slam poetry even ‘Queer’Say’, which takes place at the Bedford Pub in Balham on 8th May.
Culture reporter Laura Macdougall offers a preview of ‘The Testament of Mary’ by Colm Tóibín, which runs with Fiona Shaw in the role of Mary at the Barbican from 1st to 25th May.
Linnie Reedman tells us about the musical adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s novel ‘Dorian Gray’, which she has written and directed. The production is running at the Riverside Studios from 16th April to 10th May.
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