Rage Performing Arts Pages
Karen Trevelyan, Jem Rolls and Jaspre Bark take a look at the other side of the curtain and speak to the new kings of comedy, drag and stand up.
Goto Ruby Venezuela interview
Karen meets Ruby Venezuela the new dame of drag, who started first by 'dragging it up' to the likes of Frankie Howard, Diana Dors and Danny La Rue at her parents guest house. Then went on to staring in and running London's top drag nightspot Madame Jo Jo's, oh and we dish the dirt on Fergie and Andy.
Goto Stand - up Round up Jaspre Bark our man with the finger on the BBC's button (yes it's his fault that the News Huddlines still exists - Ed) Visit's London's very own comedy festivals (yes plural), and profiles new comedian Charlie Cheese. "A close personal showbiz friend of just about everyone (living or dead) .... One of the single most consistently funny comic inventions of the nineties."
Goto the performance poetry Round up Our very own performing poet Jem Rolls goes to the bizarrely named Plunge club and gets in to multimedia in a big way.
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