The West End is burst­ing with fierce QPOC killing it nightly in some of the finest the­atre go­ing. But is life such a joy­ous melody of equal­ity for those tak­ing their bow?

Gay Times Magazine - - CONTENTS - Pho­tog­ra­phy Dar­ren Bell Words Wil­liam J Con­nolly

From Dis­ney’s The Lion King to The In­her­i­tance and the Na­tional Youth The­atre, the glit­ter­ing West End is awash with fierce QPOC killing it nightly. But is life such a joy­ous melody for those tak­ing their bow each night? We join stars from across Lon­don to salute the best of Bri­tish.

“I am an ex­pres­sion of the di­vine, just like a peach is, just like a fish is. I have a right to be this way. I can’t apol­o­gise for that, nor can I change it, nor do I want to. We will never have to be other than who we are in or­der to be suc­cess­ful. We re­alise that we are as our­selves un­lim­ited and our ex­pe­ri­ences valid. It is for the rest of the world to recog­nise this, if they choose.” Alice Walker, The Color Pur­ple

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