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BEST-SELLING DEATH

AMERICA’S LONGEST-RUNNING PLAY OFFERS A FEEL-GOOD NIGHT OF ENTERTAINMENT WHICH, OF COURSE, BEGINS WITH A MURDER.

THEATRE REVIEW

AGATHA CHRISTIE’S classic whodunit The Mousetrap is the world’s longest-running play with 60 years and over 26,000 performances to its credit. In the US, the longest-running play is also a fun-filled murder mystery although, with a mere 26 years and 12,000 performances, Shear Madness has some catching up to do.

Having recently played Boston and Washington, this popular and award-winning production, that the Huffington Post calls “Consistently entertaining and often downright hilarious” is currently playing Off-Broadway at New York’s Davenport Theatre.

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As the temperature soars Down Under we showcase the best men's swimwear for 2017 with 26 pages of Banging’ Beachwear For Blokes. We also check out the latest in leather and fetishwear from Aussie brand, Army Of Men. In news features we ask WTF America? How did Trumpty Dumpty get to sit on the wall? We also take a look at the crazy opinions expressed by Vice President-elect Mike Pence. It’s not pretty! We visit Jamaica, where things are slowly improving for civil rights, and we hear the harrowing stories of refugees arriving on Europe's southern shores. In a tragic year for music, we look at the life and career of Dead Or Alive's Pete Burns, but in good news catch up with ’80s gender bender, Marilyn. He's back, off drugs and ready to kickstart his career. Plus, Josh Thomas talks about life on his hit TV show, Please Like Me. Harvey Fierstein talks Kinky Boots and why he makes bad television! DNA's Dr Zac shows how to Make Yourself The Perfect Summer Package, while sexy chef Jordan Bruno puts some heat in the kitchen and on your plate. Our regular Man To Man columnist Mario Forgione discusses ten years of life with HIV. It's hot. It's happening. You want it!