Forthcoming shows

2nd December

Rosie speaks to Jane Traies from Sussex University, whose research ‘The Life and Experiences of Lesbians over 60 in the UK’ was taken up by Diva Magazine.

Director Tim Luscombe offers an insight into his production of Mordaunt Shairp’s 1933 play ‘The Green Bay Tree’, which runs at the Jermyn Street Theatre until 21st December.

We hear culture reporter Denholm Spurr in conversation with actor Jay Taylor, who currently stars in ‘Accolade’ at St James Theatre.


9th December

Rosie discusses the challenging Christmas period with Psychologist Ronete Cohen with regards to coming out, loneliness and break-ups.

Comedian Iszi Lawrence talks about ‘The Z List Dead List’, her comedy show about obscure characters from history.

Cabaret duo Bourgeois & Maurice have teamed up with Scottee, together they tell us more about their ‘Kristmas Karaoke’ at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club on 15th December.


16th December

Rosie welcomes Anne Crump and Isabel Toms-Whittle from the lesbian drama group ‘Not So Lovelies’, who present ‘Tales of Love, Lost and Found’, an evening of storytelling, which is upstairs in the Spreadeagle in Croydon on 7th February 2015.

Brendan Nash reviews Alan Cumming’s family memoir ‘Not My Father’s Son’, which alternates between the year 2010, when Cumming was filming ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’, and his childhood memories.

Writers Jon Bradfield and Martin Hooper present their latest adult pantomime ‘Treasure Island – The Curse of the Pearl Necklace’, which runs at Above the Stag until 10th January 2015.

On the phone from Manchester is Green Carnation Prize winner Anneliese Mackintosh, who offers us an insight into ‘Any Other Mouth’, her collection of short stories.


23rd December

We present the highlights of July’s ‘Queer’Say’ at the Canada Culture Space with the performances of Jasmine Ann Cooray, Nick Field and Cat Brogan and their interview with Rosie Wilby.


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