Tag Archives: Nick Field

Queer’Say Exclusive

At our Queer’Say event at Hackney Attic on 30 September, theatre-maker and writer Nick Field unveiled an exclusive poem just for us. A Million Ways That Europe Saved Me was originally commissioned to be performed on 23 June but the … 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: 23rd December 2014 – Queer’Say Highlights from July

Out In South London and Apples and Snakes present ‘Queer’Say’, a showcase for 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 … Continue reading

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Listen again: 10th June 2014

Rosie chats to performer Matt Tedford, whose drag comedy musical ‘Margaret Thatcher – Queen of Soho’ presents the former prime minister as a cabaret superstar in 1980s Soho. Matt tells us that the play was commissioned by Theatre 503 when … Continue reading

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Listen again: 28th May 2013

Singer Kit Richardson joins Rosie with her band for some live music and talks about her latest album “Love Songs in Age”. Kit tells us how she got her band together, which includes Alison Andrews (Violin), Kate Coggin (Violin), Sam … Continue reading

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