WEEKEND UPDATE 19/01/18
All the best, biggest and gayest pop culture news from the last week and recommendations for the weekend and week ahead…it's the Make A Scene Weekend Update! Hooray!
IN THE NEWS...
Manchester is looking for dancers at their new Coyote Ugly bar! Can you be the next next other other Tyra?
Saturday Church is the queer-made all-singing all-vogueing new La La Landmeets Moonlight musical that we need in our lives RIGHT NOW!!
RuPaul's Drag Race and The Trixie & Katya Show star Brian McCook aka Katya Zamalodzikovia is taking a hiatus from drag...
PLUS! Here's a sneak peak at RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars including guest judges and the iconic workroom entrances...
Lindsay Lohan is campaigning to play Joss Whedon's Batgirl! I know!
LGBT pop stars Troye Sivan and Hayley Kiyoko are bringing queer sexiness to their latest music videos like it isn't a big deal and IT IS!!
And in the thirst-trap slot this week...have you SEEN the muscle daddy boxer they've cast as Ivan Drago's son in Rocky sequel Creed 2? Steady yourselves before you click...
We’re excited to announce Make A Scene will be doing our first ever live screening of the Academy Awards Ceremony, all night long on Sunday 4th March at Texture. Six hours of red carpet, the ceremony, drunken commentary, food, drink, games, dresses and tuxedos in a one-of-a-kind event! If you want to watch the Oscars in Manchester, there has never been a showing like this!
Special early bird cheap tickets for Make A Scene Film Club members (aka YOU!) available in the link below, whilst stocks last. Join us...we like you, we really like you!
Also...We're super happy to say you've reacted amazingly to our Sing A Long Way Too Interactive showings of queer rock musical classic Hedwig and the Angry Inch...the Saturday evening is SOLD OUT and we've just added 15 tickets to the matinee...if you want tickets you need to get them asap.
For tickets and more info CLICK BELOW!!
New Disney Pixar ALERT! Day of the Dead themed animation Coco brings some much needed diversity to the Pixar stable and it's supposed to be delightful, colourful and bound to win the Best Animation Oscar this year. The film is out today and is suitable for kids and big kids aka you...cause let's face it you're living in arrested development and it's not your fault and you try and forget about it by watching Disney films. Too real?
"Streep. Hanks. Spielberg." reads the poster. You had is at STREEP! Meryl is in fine form, putting in another barnstorming performance and dusting off the old wig and teeth combo that won her her third Oscar for The Iron Lady. This time it's 70s set The Post, revolving around the American government's move to suppress the Washington Post going public with information around the government's lies around the Vietnam war. Timely in the era of fake news (and fake teeth...seriously Meryl loves a character denture!)
In all cinemas NOW.
Not on proper telly but on American telly and then naughty torrent sites, this week sees the debut of gay TV god Ryan Murphy's American Crime Story: The Assassination of Giani Versace also known as...Darren Criss in Speedos.
Following the critically acclaimed OJ Simpson story told in the first season, this season explicitly looks at the life of the gay fashion designer. Penelope Cruz stars as Donatella, which will be camp! But as we learnt with Ryan Murphy's most recent series Feud, he can make what looks like a camp story turn into something much deeper.
This Guardian review says we're in for a real treat...
It should be coming to the UK later in the year, probably to BBC2 like the first series and Feud