Adam Wollerton reviews Steven Berkoff’s East as performed by the ByMoonlight Theatre.
Roy delivers a slight curve ball to suggestions of LGBT classics by exploring Plato’s Symposium and his musings on spacehoppers and love.
Scottee visits Margate and guides you through a few of its often forgotten hidden gems and delights.
Conor welcomes you into the weird world of painting and explores the strange place the nude male holds within his art.
Scottee reviews Shunt’s The Architects and their reinvention of ‘immersive’ performance.
One for the Opera fans out there. Marten thinks he’s cracked Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin and invites you to look into the strapping Russian dandy’s homoerotic closet.
Scottee discusses the bad taste in his mouth at the thought of his Sixth year at Fringe.
Marten gives an excellent insight into the place of the penis in modern culture, pointing out just how ridiculous censorship is in limiting art and life.
Queen of the Skies Pam Ann talks to Gabriel about her upcoming tour and what the future holds for the raunchy flight attendant.
Calling all film buffs! Ed Cripps brings you his top 5 short films of 2012.