REVIEW: Endgame: Emporium

  Endgame is the bleakest of black comedies, a post-apocalyptic nightmare in which a domestic tyrant presides over his obedient son and his hapless parents – both of whom...

REVIEW: Rise of Alec Caldwell

The rise of Alec Caldwell Erotic adventures of a young businessman Casey K Cox. So this erotic novel is a bit of a chimera, it’s a romantic love story wrapped up in a hot and...
Posted On 09 Apr 2014

REVIEW: Pam Ann: Fly Tour

She lectures on manners when being shocking rude, on morals when being debauched, on kindness when being bitingly harsh and on high ideals when spouting vulgarity. Her foul...
Posted On 03 Apr 2014

REVIEW: Men in the Alps

Men in the Alps: Best of 2008/13 Bruno Gmuender   This is the first I’ve seen  of this series of hunky amateur Alpine men books and also the last one ever they will be...
Posted On 21 Mar 2014

REVIEW: Painted Ladies

This book is a good read and a convincing journey into identity and how unwanted attention can bring reflection and resilience to a character under threat.
Posted On 10 Mar 2014

REVIEW: OperaUndone

This was a convincing performance done with conviction and thoroughly enjoyable all round. It’s also unusual to see music presented in such a straight foreword way at the...
Posted On 06 Mar 2014

Brighton Fringe 2014 Launched

With more than 700 shows on offer, a third are family friendly and lots are FREE and featuring venues from toilets to a PerfomR an app based on Grindr , this is a huge...
Posted On 05 Mar 2014

REVIEW: In the Mirror a Monster

This new novel by Marten Weber is a gripping noir thriller with s shadowy undertones. It twists and engages you with the growing anxiety of the protagonists as they struggle...
Posted On 04 Mar 2014

REVIEW: Rodelinda: ENO

Handel’s epic story of love, power and mistaken identity is a triumph, but not an easy one to present to the modern audience, but the singing is exquisite; tonight the ENO...
Posted On 02 Mar 2014

REVIEW: New Ways of Living: Pink Fringe

Its Divine meets Hedwig, its glittery maw scratches as it gulps and glints on the decent into bacchanalian chaos. It jerks & gasps against this glazed over fourth walls,...
Posted On 28 Feb 2014

REVIEW: Ooh Yes I Do!: The Ultimate Gay & Lesbian Lesbian Wedding Planner

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a man in possession of a good bloke must be in want of the ultimate gay and lesbian wedding planner.
Posted On 18 Feb 2014

REVIEW: Verdi’s Rigoletto: ENO

Hawaiian baritone Quinn Kelsey is captivating, full of power and conviction, his performance as the jester Rigoletto is the best I’ve ever seen, he’s on stage from the first...
Posted On 15 Feb 2014

100 reasons to love Ryan Gosling: Joanna Benecke: Book review

This is a humorous attempt to show us how perfect Mr Gosling is, and he does look rather sweet in quite a few of the pictures, of which there are plenty of high quality...
Posted On 13 Feb 2014

Tie me up! The complete guide to bondage: Stephen Niederwieser: Book review

This books relaxed style and focus on pleasure are the perfect combination for this introduction to bondage, part of his famous ‘blue series’ and a book that’s sure to benefit...
Posted On 08 Feb 2014