06th May2017
Angels In America

Angels in America (Theatre)

It’s seven and a half hours long, and it’s shown in two parts, but Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes is well worth a...

02nd May2017

Heal the Living and Four Days in France (Film)

Two French films opened this past weekend – one that will emotionally rip you apart and the other that will make you feel that you’ve wasted your...

02nd May2017

Pam Ann (Theatre)

Trolley Dolly Pam Ann returns to London with her 20th Anniversary tour – Touch Trolley Run to Galley – but it’s pretty much the same schtick she’s...

27th Apr2017

Handsome Devil (Film)

One of the most buzzed about films at London’s recent Flare LGBT Film Festival is getting released this Friday. Handsome Devil played to sell out crowds at...

23rd Apr2017
Their Finest Hour and A Half
Directed by Lone Sherfig

Their Finest (Film)

A film about London in 1940 during The Blitz is finally being released in theatres – Their Finest – a year and a half after principal photography...

18th Apr2017

Theo & Hugo (DVD)

Two men meet at one of Paris’ most popular, and notorious, gay sex clubs, and then embark on an evening with lots of twist and turns, in...

15th Apr2017
(left)Lizzii Hills

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Theatre)

Wilton’s Music Hall in the East End has another hit on it’s hands. How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is their fun and superb new...

14th Apr2017
19 Arinze Kene (Ade) & Russell Tovey (Jason) small

The Pass (DVD)

Two footballer players end up scoring with each other in Ben A. Williams feature film debut ‘The Pass.’ ‘The Pass’ take place in a ten year time...

11th Apr2017
Miss Nightingale - The Vaults

Miss Nightingale (Theatre)

The story of a chanteuse called Miss Nightingale who is caught between three men in 1940’s London during WW2 is now playing at The Vaults under Waterloo...

09th Apr2017
42nd Street 

42nd Street (Theatre)

It’s got Razzle. It’s got dazzle. It’s the tapiest and most glittering show in town. It’s 42nd Street! 42nd Street is back in London and it played...

05th Apr2017

I Am Michael (DVD)

James Franco is very convincing as a man who renounces his homosexuality to lead a religious straight life in the film I Am Michael. Franco is one...

03rd Apr2017

Adam & Eve and Steve (Theatre)

It’s not Adam & Eve but Adam & Eve and Steve (plus the Devil) at The Kings Head Theatre. A musical version of the biblical story that...

02nd Apr2017

The Best of BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival 2017 (Film)

The best films of BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival 2017 was always going to be hard to choose. There were so many wonderfully well-done, and in...

23rd Mar2017

Nocturnal Animals (DVD)

Nocturnal Animals is a haunting thriller that’s dark and very troubling Tom Ford’s highly anticipated second film, Nocturnal Animals, is both brilliant and confusing, no thanks to...