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Saturday 10 October 2009


 Review: Cindy and Eric Go To Hell
Posted in: Performance  5th June 2009
On now at the Maidment Theatre's Musgrove Studio: Cindy, Eric and their friend Hans get horribly killed in a car crash... then the fun begins!


 Review: Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala 2009
Posted in: Performance  2nd May 2009
"One visiting comedienne talked about lesbian speed dating, and a London funnyman revealed his new hobby - discussing bum sex with Christian friends."


 Reviews: Bud is "like nothing you've seen before"
Posted in: Performance  4th April 2009
"Voyeurs will love it. Me? I felt a bit like a peeping tom, unsure if I really should be watching."


 Review: My Fair Lady at the Civic
Posted in: Performance  30th March 2009
"As a gay man it is neither a stretch nor a betrayal to fall in love with a leading lady."


 On stage: Bud at Wellington's BATS Theatre
Posted in: Performance  30th March 2009
What to do with a bunch of venetian blinds and a 1950s homoerotic film?


 Drama Central!
Posted in: Performance  16th March 2009
A certain city is now buzzing with fresh acting talent, as part of the Auckland Festival 2009 and beyond.


 Nikki Patin brings her Phat Grrrl Revolution to NZ
Posted in: Performance  28th February 2009
We chatted to groundbreaking American queer performance artist Nikki Patin as she prepares to show us poetry like we've never seen before.


 Auckland Musical Theatre's La Cage Aux Folles
Posted in: Performance  27th February 2009
As the Pride '09 Festival draws to a close, here's a musical treat which comes warmly recommended.


 Review: Patrick Graham's Post Gay
Posted in: Performance  26th February 2009
Can hungry-for-love Matthew find a man in cyberspace? Look over his shoulder and you'll find out.


 Review: Look of Love is memorable and sublime
Posted in: Performance  9th December 2008
Jennifer Ward-Lealand shows how she earns those rave reviews, leaving her audience "bewitched, bothered and bewildered."