It is a long time since I've laughed so much in an hour as I did last night during the premiere at the White Bear Theatre.
She’s the award-winning star of the film Murder Unveiled, a modern-day Romeo & Juliet story involving a Canadian woman and an Indian man.
Unlike a Buddhist monk, when Ensler contemplates her belly, she doesn’t find inner peace, but outer turmoil.
Marc wants to rescue rent boy Danny - to set his dysfunctional life in order, to get him writing to his Mum, to get him a "proper," safe job.
A replay of the the American presidential election of 2000 is set in a posh boys' boarding school, where the contest is for the position of Head Boy.
A sport develops - the competitive telling of what Matt calls NQEs (Near Queer Experiences). For a homophobe, he’s oddly happy talking about gay sex.
Women reaching the big 4-0 can be sexy and perhaps too demanding for some fragile male egos as 3 Blacque Chix illustrate in their randy, poetic and hilarious show.
A one-man play about a porn addict that's both heartily funny and genuinely touching.
This won't be everyone's beaker of wine, but it is an unforgettable evening that brings at least a taste of Ancient Greece to London.
This account of Frederic, the Canadian pop lyricist brought to Paris to write a libretto for a European "co-operative" project, is a deeply human story.