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Review: My Son’s A Queer (But what can you do?), Ambassadors Theatre

In a recent podcast interview Sir Ian McKellen talked emotionally about the joy that would be spread if we just all referred to each other as ‘love’. Nowhere is the effect of that emotion more obvious than in My Son’s a Queer (But what can you do?), written and performed by Rob Madge and currently playing at The Ambassadors. It’s fair to say that Rob was a creative child who liked to perform. Always dressing up and revelling in imaginative ...

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Review: Grimm Tales for Fragile Times and Broken People, online via Zoom

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Light a candle, dim the lights and prepare yourself for an unsettling hour in this macabre, otherworldly production from Creation Theatre. You might also want to get a stiff drink. Because this selection of Grimm’s fairy tales digs deep into the darkest aspects of those classic stories, taking us on an evocative, unsettling adventure. Creation are masters of Zoom theatre, giving a quality to the format that I’ve rarely seen elsewhere. In this production they take several ancient tales and ...

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