After a stop-start few months, My Soho Times is delighted to debut our Arts Report on Soho Radio, airing once a month and presented by Gillian Smith.
The final step of England’s roadmap out of lockdown is in sight – 19th July! With Soho being the hub of London’s LGBTQ+ scene once offering a diversity of nightlife entertainment, Tim Baros questions the disappearance of some of Soho’s most infamous and discreet gay and lesbian venues… “where have all of Soho’s LGBT barsContinue reading “Where Have All of Soho’s LGBT Bars & Clubs Gone?”
So… our precious freedom is finally here and the urge for a city break is strong. I think it’s fair to say most of us are keen to get out and about, see the sights, and then sit at a table sipping a drink watching the world go by, continental style.
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PREPARE TO BE HORSEWHIPPED! Come on a fantastical journey through the lives and loves, romances and revolutions, and conquests of one of the great women of the nineteenth century, and the woman who was her muse. Fanny Kelly ran London’s first drama school from her Royalty Theatre in Soho. Her cross-dressed performances enthralled and appalledContinue reading “SPIDER DANCE: celebrating the transgressive lives & performances of Fanny Kelly & Lola Montez”
Street of Light: An exhibition of photographs of Soho from the 70s and 80s by John Ingledew I happened to be at the right place at the right time when I ran into John Ingledew at Mark Powell’s Bespoke Tailoring shop on Marshall Street. John handed me a brochure of his latest exhibition ‘Streets ofContinue reading “John Ingledew’s ‘Streets of Light’ exhibiting at The French House | My Soho Times”
Less than a week to go before we kick off with not just one – but two launch events to celebrate our official ‘coming out‘ with the release of the My Soho Times Winter issue! Here’s a peak at what you can expect to find inside…
I arranged to meet with the co-writer, Cassiopeia Berkeley-Agyepong and cast, Olivia Onyehara and Tanisha Spring, for a conversation which delves a little deeper into the process of writing the piece, and using comedy to display everyday racial inadequacies very much alive in the theatre industry…
Writer and theatre lover Rosario Blue shares her take on Shuck ‘N’ Jive currently showing at the Soho Theatre.