A Masterclass with Cumley St. Claire at the Bread and Roses Theatre (Clapham Fringe)

A Masterclass with Cumley St. Claire was a show I was sad to miss during its Camden Fringe run, because who doesn't love flowers and a brightly coloured poster? Fortunately I was given another chance thanks to their short run at the Bread and Roses as part of the Clapham Fringe. On arrival at the … Continue reading A Masterclass with Cumley St. Claire at the Bread and Roses Theatre (Clapham Fringe)

BLOWHOLE at The Pleasance Theatre

Photo credit: Greta Mitchell. Benjamin Salmon pictured Running at the Pleasance Theatre until 11th September, BLOWHOLE is an hilarious and surprisingly moving solo show about life as a 20-something gay man looking for love, and the ultimate fabulous gay lifestyle. Written and performed by Benjamin Salmon BLOWHOLE beautifully blends the gratuitous with the meaningful. Our … Continue reading BLOWHOLE at The Pleasance Theatre

Three Way at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre (Camden Fringe)

Written by Alexander Millington Three Way is a a collection of 3 monologues about male bisexuality told from 3 different perspectives. We have a man (played by Millington himself) whose husband refers to his earlier experiences with women at university as his "experimental phase". A school girl (played by Naomi Phillips) who discovers her father … Continue reading Three Way at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre (Camden Fringe)

Tell Me Straight at the King’s Head Theatre

'Tell Me Straight' running at King's Head Theatre 17-21 August 2021. George Greenland and Paul Bradshaw pictured from left to right ★★★★ Presented by Gartland Productions and written by Paul Bradshaw, 'Tell Me Straight' is a funny, honest and intimate one act play. In addition to writing the show Bradshaw also plays our central character, … Continue reading Tell Me Straight at the King’s Head Theatre

Since U Been Gone at Vault Festival

'Since U Been Gone' is a beautiful, compassionate, funny show about friendship, identity, self-discovery and life after loss. This autobiographical piece, written and performed by Teddy Lamb, is packed full of humour yet succeeds in sensitively talking about mental health struggles and suicide. They really land the sense of helplessness we can feel when a … Continue reading Since U Been Gone at Vault Festival

‘Passion on the Night Tube’ at The Gift Horse at the Horse and Stables

'Passion on the Night Tube' by Tony Tang is running until Sunday 2nd February as part of the Vault Festival. It isn't in the main Vaults location though, but in the 'Gift Horse' which is a lovely space above the Horse and Stables pub by Lambeth North station. This a semi-autobiographical solo show that mixes … Continue reading ‘Passion on the Night Tube’ at The Gift Horse at the Horse and Stables