Harry Clayton-Wright has made a magnificent hour of theatrical storytelling that his mum should DEFINITELY never see. From graphic self-porn to personal revelations, Sex Education is a laugh out loud show with some thoughtful audience participation and a stunning climax.
Do you remember your first time? Nathaniel Hall certainly does, and finally, he is willing to share it all.
Vita & Virginia, directed by Chanya Button, is a film about one of the definitive Bloomsbury love affairs, that between literary lion Virginia Woolf and popular novelist Vita Sackville-West. Starring Gemma Arterton as Vita and Elizabeth Debicki as Virginia, it depicts the trajectory of their relationship in broad brushstrokes while shimmering with period detail, from... Continue Reading →
Join the Los Angeles LGBT Center for Out Under the Stars this Friday 16th August for a special screening of Labyrinth at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. This fun summer night, benefiting the Center’s programs and services, will feature amazing food and drink from Los Angeles vendors, DJ, celebrity guest appearances and more. Come early to... Continue Reading →
Lucio Catro's Barcelona summer set sensual gay romance End of the Century had its world premiere at The Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center's New Directors/New Films festival earlier this year. It went on to win best Argentinian film at the Beunos Aires Film Festival, before playing at LA's Outfest... Continue Reading →
Mark Starling's new gay footballer themed play Target Man closes the King's Head Theatre's Queer Season in London later this month. Ahead of the production's limited six performance run, The Queer Review's James Kleinmann spoke with one of the play's lead actors Mateo Oxley about his role as England goalie Joel. Oxley also talks understudying... Continue Reading →
The original television series Queer as Folk turned twenty this year. As part of their Nineties: Young Cinema Rebels programme, London’s British Film Institute (BFI) brought show creator Russell T. Davies on stage (hailed as a TV Gamechanger) for a fun and freewheeling discussion about the show that marked a landmark change in LGBTQ representation.... Continue Reading →
What do you call a rom-com without the com? Technically From Zero to I Love You isn’t a comedy. It’s a gay romance through and through, but it has all the tropes of a rom-com. From the meet-cute, the therapist, the art-gallery job, the zippy title, the improbable scenarios, the side-kicks whose only function is... Continue Reading →
It was a sweltering 38+ degrees celsius (100+ fahrenheit) outside so I grabbed a last minute ticket to the Soho Theatre on the promise of air-conditioning and showtunes. Turns out the air-con was either not working, or was so weak it made no difference. So I wasn’t exactly excited to sit through an hour and... Continue Reading →