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Sparkle and Trouble in Paradise – Review: Adam & Eve and Steve

A magical Eden awaits you at the King’s Head Theatre. The glittering green tinsel of Maeve Black’s sparkling design creates the perfect setting for the biblical story with a contemporary twist, Adam & Eve and Steve. Beelzebub (Stephen McGlynn), smartly … Continue reading

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Dancing on the Lines – Review: The Wild Party

The sound of a crackling record and a sleazy tune seductively sung by red-head Anna Clarke form the prelude to The Wild Party – that is, Rafaella Marcus’ production of it at The Hope Theatre. The Wild Party itself is a … Continue reading

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Queer’Say November 2016

Highlights of the final Queer’Say of 2016, presented by Rosie Wilby and recorded at Free Word Centre on 16 November. Rosie introduced live spoken word sets from Travis Alabanza, Toby Campion and Dominic Berry. This event was supported by Arts … Continue reading

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Queer’Say September 2016

Highlights of Queer’Say recorded at Rich Mix on 9 September. Rosie was ill so the poets Fergus Evans, Jackie Hagan and Paula Varjack interviewed one another – with occasionally hilarious results. This event was supported by Arts Council England and … Continue reading

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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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Out in South London Highlights

We have made some highlights of our archive (including kd lang, Armistead Maupin and Sarah Waters) available here: http://www.acast.com/queersay

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Review: I Loved Lucy

A gay man’s attachment to his idol. A star whose fame is slipping away. Loneliness. Rejection. These are the themes on show in I Loved Lucy, a two-hander based on Lee Tannen’s autobiography, which recounts his friendship with the American actress and … Continue reading

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