Monthly Archives: July 2016

Singing the Blues in California – Review: The Stripper

Just when you managed to convince a young lady that suicide is not a good idea, she falls off the high-rise anyway. Detective Al Wheeler asks: Why? He was so close to having saved her life. The St James Studio … Continue reading

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Listen again: 28 June 2016

Rosie speaks to playwright Leigh Douglas about her contemporary coming-of-age fairytale Waking Beauty, which takes a fresh look through a feminist, queer lens at some traditional stories. It’s playing at Ovalhouse from 13 to 15 July. Film maker Aaron Brookner … Continue reading

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Listen again: 21 June 2016

Broadcast of the highlights of Queer’Say recorded at Tate Modern on 22 May. Rosie introduced live spoken word sets from Richard Scott, Rachel Mars and Dean Atta before interviewing them onstage. This event was supported by Southwark LGBT network and … Continue reading

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Listen again: 14 June 2016

Rosie and writer John Fitzpatrick discuss his play This Much (or Act of Violence Towards the Institution of Marriage) which was a hit at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe and ran at Soho Theatre until 2 July. LGBTQ Arts editor Amie … Continue reading

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Listen again: 7 June 2016

DJ and writer Stewart Who? guest hosts while Rosie is away. Drag performer Topsie Redfern joins him on the phone to discuss Heels of Glory – The Drag Action Musical, which is headlining this year’s London Pride Festival, with a … Continue reading

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Queer’Say May 2016

Out in South London and Apples and Snakes present Queer’Say, a showcase of queer spoken word hosted by Rosie Wilby. After their performance, Rosie speaks to each artist about their work, life and writing and invites the audience to ask questions. This Queer’Say … Continue reading

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