Queereteria TV at Above the Stag | Review

Queereteria TV at Above the Stag | Review

England, the near future, post-Armageddon. A merry if dysfunctional band of surviving queers take over the TV station and recreate their all time favourite programme Club Queereteria, broadcast live from the ruins of an infamous cruising club. State-sanctioned entertainer Torsten…

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Gingerline’s The Grand Expedition; Immersive Dining

Gingerline’s The Grand Expedition; Immersive Dining

A Ginerline show always involves food, performance and an air of mystique.  Aside from that?  Well, it’s hard to say!  The mystery that surrounds Gingerline’s performances come because they are strict about what you can and can’t post online, there’s…

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Nigel Slater’s Toast at The Other Palace | Review

Nigel Slater’s Toast at The Other Palace | Review

Nigel Slater’s Toast is a new play based on his award-winning autobiography. Vividly recreating suburban England in the 1960s, Nigel Slater’s childhood is told through the tastes and smells he grew up with. From making the perfect sherry trifle, waging…

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Sherlock: The Game is Now Escape room

Sherlock: The Game is Now Escape room

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you may have noticed that the current escape room trend has passed me by.  They are everywhere these days, with various themes and levels of quality but they’ve never appealed to…

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Goodbye Norma Jeane at Above the Stag | Review

Goodbye Norma Jeane at Above the Stag | Review

It’s the early morning hours of August 5, 1962 and, with a gay pool party playing out in his backyard, Hollywood choreographer Jack Cole wakes to devastating news… The death of Marilyn Monroe. Norma Jeane’s suicide signalled the death of…

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