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    26/10/2020

    Decolonisation: not just a buzzword – Bhuchar Boulevard and The School of Oriental and African and Studies University of London

    Creator:  Sudha Bhuchar Director: Kristine Landon-Smith A cautionary titbit of information: Decolonisation – not just a buzzword contains some sensitive…
    26/10/2020

    How to Survive the Cherpocalypse – The Space, London

    Company: I Need To Cher Performance art collective I Need to Cher specialises in off-the-wall, avant garde cabaret nights themed…
    26/10/2020

    First Date – Lambert Jackson/ Crazy Coqs

    Book: Austin Winsberg Music and Lyrics: Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner Director: Dean Johnson If you do get the chance…
    25/10/2020

    FILM REVIEW: The Shepherds – Queer East Film Festival

    Director: Elvis Lu Sexuality and religion have always had a complicated relationship but for LGBTQ+ Christians in Taiwan their campaign…
    25/10/2020

    Dante’s In Furlough – The Vaults

    Director: Sam Carrack Hanging out with the devil and his forced bride-to-be on their wedding night, journeying through several circles…
    25/10/2020

    FILM REVIEW: Alifu, the Prince/ss – Queer East Film Festival

    Writers: Hui-Ling Chen, Hua-Chien Hsu, Juliana Hsu, Bai Rong Hua and Yu-Lin Wang Director: Yu-lin Wang History is littered with…
    25/10/2020

    Next Thing You Know – Eagle Garden Theatre, London

    Book: Ryan Cunningham Music and Lyrics: Joshua Salzman Director: Robert McWhir The Eagle Garden Theatre has been one of the…
    23/10/2020

    Iago – Tales from the Golden Age, Golden Age Theatre YouTube

    Writer and Director: Ian Dixon Potter The havoc individuals can wreak with very little cause is the subject of Ian…
    22/10/2020

    FILM REVIEW: Every Time I Die

    Writers: Gal Katzir and Robi Michael Director: Robi Michael To lose one host body might be considered a misfortune, to…
    20/10/2020

    BRIGHTON FRINGE: The Geek Shall Inherit – Sweet Venues : Werks 1

    Writer: Hattie Snooks Hattie Snooks is home, hiding from her responsibilities in the comfort of the sofa.  The outside world does not…
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