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SING STREET

5/5

FERDIA WALSH-PEELO, JACK REYNOR, LUCY BOYNTON

John Carney, the director of Oscar-nominated Begin Again, takes to the screen again with another music inspired comedy-drama. Sing Street is about a group of school kids in 1980’s Dublin who decide to start a band. Not only is this an authentic window into Ireland at the time but it’s also written with a perfect balance of emotion and satire. Possibly the most surprising revelation here is that from the moment this group of misfits start playing, it’s actually pretty good. You’ll be hard pressed to find a more heartwarming and imaginative comedy this month.

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From EastEnders to X-Men! Ben Hardy returns to Attitude for his second cover feature, fresh off the set of hotly anticipated superhero film X-Men: Apocalypse. Inside, we present a special report on gay racism, looking at how Black, Asian and ethnic minorities are represented in the gay community, scene and media. We also interview Olivier award-winning Matt Henry from hit musical Kinky Boots, Alexander Vlahos who plays the gay prince in new BBC series Versailles, and feature a photo exclusive from hot new book Why Drag? Plus, in praise of the legendary Meryl Streep, and a look at the contentious issue of pinkwashing and Tel Aviv Pride.