Tag Archives: Stewart Who

Listen again: 13 September 2016

Stewart Who speaks over the phone to Zodwa Nyoni about her play Nine Lives, which addresses the difficulties LGBT asylum seekers face in the UK. The one-man-show is on at Stratford Circus Arts Centre on 27 September 2016. Andrew Ellerby … Continue reading

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Listen again: 30 August 2016

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. Both also discuss what it … Continue reading

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Listen again: 31 May 2016

Rosie and filmmaker Ed Webb-Ingall discuss his We Have Rather Been Invaded project, investigating the impact and legacy of Section 28. The title refers to a memorable key moment of protest – when, on May 23 1988, four lesbians gatecrashed … Continue reading

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Listen again: 19 April 2016

Matt Williams guest hosts while Rosie is away filming her documentary. He talks to George Savvides who stars in Jay Paul Deratany’s play Haram Iran, which runs at Above the Stag until 1 May. Matt is also joined in the … Continue reading

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Listen again: 12 April 2016

Rosie speaks to Robert Chevara, director of a rare production of Tennessee Williams’ In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel at Charing Cross Theatre running until 14 May. Writer Clayton Littlewood reports back from the previous evening’s press night and … Continue reading

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Review: Nasty Baby

Rosie and DJ and writer Stewart Who saw Nasty Baby at the London Film Festival yesterday. The film tells the story of interracial Brooklyn-dwelling gay couple Freddy and Mo as they prepare to have a baby with best friend Polly. Here’s their immediate reaction … Continue reading

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Listen again: 15 September 2015

Rosie speaks to Annabel Pemberton, a member of the cast of the latest Above the Stag production The Sum of Us. The Aussie comedy drama focuses on the relationship between a father and his gay son and was made into … Continue reading

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