Rosie speaks to Irish writer, actor and Fringe First Award winner Sonya Kelly about her show How to Keep an Alien which makes its London premiere at Soho Theatre from 1 – 19 December. It’s a funny, tender memoir about securing an Irish visa for her Australian partner.
We also hear from Amie Taylor, a writer, performer and director of The LGBTQ Arts and Culture Review website which celebrates its first anniversary this month.
Hoxton Radio’s Matt Williams is back with a review of the BBC drama series London Spy starring Ben Whishaw.
Naomi Paxton sits in for Rosie for our final live show of the year.
She speaks to Devon Cox, American-born writer/historian and author of The Street of Wonderful Possibilities: Whistler, Wilde & Sargent in Tite Street about queerness, dress and society ahead of his upcoming talk at the National Portrait Gallery on 17 December.
Paul Daly, author of this year’s RVT panto Charming Dick, joins us to chat about his strictly adults-only take on this traditional entertainment. Charming Dick runs until 7 January.
Sandra McCay discusses her humorous memoir about life, family and unexpected revelations, Oy Vey My Daughter’s Gay.
Highlights from September’s Queer’Say event recorded at Rich Mix, featuring live poetry and Rosie in conversation with AJ McKenna, Ernesto Sarezale and Dominic Berry.
Highlights from November’s Queer’Say event recorded at Free Word Centre, featuring live poetry and Rosie in conversation with Sophia Walker, Richard Scott and Cheryl Martin.
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