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Lipstick: A Fairy Tale of Iran, Omnibus Theatre – Review

Drag theatre is an increasingly broad church and here it is used to serious political effect at Omnibus Theatre’s 96 Festival of queer theatre, which celebrates the iconic 1996 Pride party on nearby Clapham Common.  The drag, for fans, delivers. Lip syncing, pop covers, gay culture references (including a welcome nod to Kenneth Williams), fan dances and wounded glamour are all present and correct.  Everything looks divine too. Sam Wilde and Elizabeth Harper’s set design, in a reconfigured Omnibus auditorium, is ...

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Passing By, Tristan Bates Theatre – Review

Martin Sherman Directed by Andrew Keates ★★★★ Pros: Wonderfully portrayed story of two men who meet and fall in love while living in New York. Cons: I found myself wishing that the play had lasted for longer than eighty minutes, as I was so caught up in the relationship and storyline. Our Verdict: A fantastic story backed by a great cast. Realistic set, lighting and sound make this a production not to be missed. Courtesy of Arion Productions Currently playing ...

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