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Drag me to love, Omnibus Theatre, Clapham – Review

Credit: Chris Bishop

Pros: A glittery, toe-tapping fun fest which gives you an insight behind the scenes of the world of drag. Cons: We were promised a few tears, but I didn’t shed any. Would have liked to see a little bit more of the struggle in Bonnie’s story. A riot of iconic gay anthems, neon wigs and fistfuls of glitter confetti, this 45-minute performance is the story of Cameron Sharp’s early life and that of his drag alter ego, Bonnie Love. We ...

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Vir Das: Live in London, Soho Theatre – Review

Credit: Everything Theatre

Pros: A hilarious, naughty standup routine that will have you laughing until your sides ache Cons: A few of the jokes were lost if you aren’t totally immersed in Indian culture Vir Das is a fully-fledged Bollywood movie star who decided to try his hand at stand up. I’m very glad he did! He  brings a totally different voice to the UK comedy circuit, with his hilarious perspective on growing up in India, studying in America, politics and religion. Vir ...

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