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Mother’s Ruin: Puffball Cabaret – Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

Reviewer: Stephen M Hornby Mother’s Ruin is established as a leading cabaret night, nurturing new talent and showcasing the best in queer performance. Their Puffball special is another glittering cornucopia of provocative, funny and beguiling acts that ensures there is enough sparkle on stage to more than match the splendour of the Royal Exchange Great Hall. Our bearded host Timberlina ...

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QC2013: Mother’s Ruin – Who’s Got The Max Factor? – Contact, Manchester

Reviewer: Peter Jacobs [rating:4] Mother’s Ruin is a cabaret-cum-variety collective that bring together a wide-range of established alternative cabaret artists with new and emerging North West artistes to create performance spectaculars that are new, edgy, experimental and diverse but presented in a format designed to entertain and be inclusive. The underground pushed overground with a satin-gloved shove in the small ...

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QC2013: The House of Contact – Contact, Manchester

Reviewer: Peter Jacobs [rating:4.5] The House of Contact is a bold and extravagant new addition to the Queer Contact festival. Producer Barry Priest has come good on his commitment to keep dance as one of the key offers in this varied festival programme. The House of Contact is an ambitious upscaling of DawN Crandell’s popular Mixed Movement event series, which ...

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