Forthcoming Shows

Out in South London returns for a new series!

30 August
DJ and writer Stewart Who chats to cabaret critic, campaigner and man of many talents Ben Walters who has produced The Prime of Ms David Hoyle which is on at Chelsea Theatre from 14-25 September.

6 September
Matt Williams speaks over the phone to poet and comedian Jackie Hagan ahead of her appearance at Queer’Say at Rich Mix on 9 September. Jackie lost her leg a couple of years ago and tours an award-winning solo show featuring her stump dressed as various celebrities. Matt also reviews Theo & Hugo, winner of this year’s Teddy Award at Berlin’s International Film Festival.

Nathan Evans talks about his poetry collection Threads, which he presents at Gay’s the Word on 22 September. He also tells us what it was like being part of BBC 4’s All Together Now: The Great Orchestra Challenge and what he thinks of the play Britten in Brooklyn, which runs at Wilton’s Music Hall until 17 September.

13 September
Stewart Who hosts And What? queer arts festival programmer Andrew Ellerby plus London’s favourite drag-lady Timberlina, who leads an unusual tour of the Geffrye Museum on 8 and 9 October.

20 September
Stewart Who’s studio guest is editorial director of Attitude magazine, Matthew Todd, whose new book Straight Jacket asks whether gay people are as happy as they could be.

27 September
Clayton Littlewood hosts the show and talks to the musicians HIFI Sean and Maggie K De Monde who both have new albums out. On HIFI Sean’s album Ft he has collaborated with the likes of Yoko Ono and David McAlmont and Maggie also features on the album. Maggie’s new album is called Reverie.

Over the phone, Clayton chats to Paul Keating who plays the title role in the drama Kenny Morgan, which runs at the Arcola Theatre until 15 October. Kenneth Morgan was Terence Rattigan’s lover and their tragic relationship inspired Rattigan to write The Deep Blue Sea.

Coming all the way from Berlin, writer Martin Reichert reviews Rufus Norris’ new interpretation of The Threepenny Opera, which plays at the National Theatre until 1 October.

If you have an interesting story to tell or are involved in an arts or cultural project or issue based project relevant to the LGBT community, please get in touch about being a guest on the show on team.outinsouthlondon @gmail.com. 

Listen live on 104.4FM (in London) or online at www.resonancefm.com

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