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Paul Keating ‘Classac Act’

IT MAY BE PAINFUL TO WATCH BUT KENNY MORGAN, THE REIMAGINING OF TERENCE RATTIGAN’S LOVE LIFE, SHOULD CATAPULT THE LEADING MAN INTO THE BIG TIME

STAGE PERFORMANCEOF THE YEAR

FORBIDDEN LOVE: Paul Keating, left, and Pierro Niel-Mee in Kenny Morgan

Over the past 10 years mainstream theatres seem to have become less interested in works with a gay theme, presuming, apparently, that as there are less legal inequalities between the mainstream and LGBT+ people, there is nothing left to specifically say about our lives.

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About Attitude

This issue, our Attitude Awards winners take the spotlight. TV star and Man of the Year Wentworth Miller, trans model icon Andreja Pejic, comedian Alan Carr, breakthrough pop star MNEK, most stylish man winner Pietro Boselli, and gay rights activist Omar Sharif Jr. all feature on six collector’s edition covers. Plus, there are interviews with Attitude Award winners Spice Girl and honorary gay Geri, LGBT ally Beverley Knight, Active Award winners Team GB, actress Amanda Barrie and acclaimed Harry Potter and the Cursed Child director John Tiffany.