Out In South London and Apples and Snakes present highlights of Queer’Say, a showcase of queer spoken word hosted by Rosie Wilby. This event was recorded at Hackney Attic as part of Pride Arts Festival on 21 June and features Robert Garnham, Anna Freeman and Candy Royalle.
Rosie welcomes actress Rebecca Root back to the show. We spoke to her about vocal adaptation for trans people back in May 2013. Her profile is about to receive a huge boost as BBC2’s Boy Meet Girl hits our screens this month. Rebecca is the first trans actor to play a lead trans role in a British sitcom.
Poet, cabaret act and video artist Ernesto Sarezale joins us ahead of his performance at the next Queer’Say event at Rich Mix on 12 September. He is also the promoter of the quarterly literary erotic soirée Velvet Tongue.
Baylen Leonard reviews Andrew Haigh’s highly acclaimed new film, 45 Years. The follow up to Weekend, this new work also revolves around a couple, albeit at a much later stage of a relationship. The two protagonists, played by Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay, are shaken by unexpected ghosts from the past as their wedding anniversary approaches.
Keegan Peacey, assistant director of Outbox Theatre, tells us about their forthcoming production. Hookup brings several inter-generational stories to life and forms part of the Queer Show & Tell season at Hackney Showroom from 9-12 September.
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