What shines through in strangers In Between is tenderness, and this coming of age tale is steadfast in its honesty about life’s complications and how we struggle to escape the past, and our families.
Tim and John’s story continues to resonate with so many people. It can only be hoped that as many people as possible with see this remarkable production and will spread the word further.
It’s a show with heart and soul, and a serious celebration of being who you are. We won’t be hearing the last of this queen of a musical.
What a story. Eve will be one of the most honest accounts of change and transgression that you will see on the Fringe.
Queers Part 2 The Old Vic Theatre 31 July 2017 Four stars In the first set of monologues curated by Mark Gatiss under the banner of Queers at the Old Vic, we were given insights into the gay lives of three men and a woman over the past century as they sought happiness against the […]
Directed by Mark Gatiss and Joe Murphy, they are poignant and funny but, most of all, they are stories of hope and survival.
Michael Hanratty and Timothy Harker have been announced as the principal cast in the upcoming stage debut of Consumables, a provocative new play at the Kings Head Theatre as part of their 2017 Queer Season. Rising star Michael Hanratty’s credits include Young Lucius in the sell out Arcola Theatre / Edinburgh Fringe show Titus Andronicus and Silvius in As […]
We are pleased to brings you this first look preview at Don Hahn’s new documentary about the late lyricist Howard Ashman. Ashman and composer Alan Menken worked together on Little Shop Of Horrors, God Bless You Mr Rosewater and helped to revive Disney’s animation division with The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin. […]