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High-camp musical Diva: Live From Hell! is a devilish delight – review

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Since it opened in 2019 we’ve become big fans of the Turbine Theatre and their commitment to programming new queer works. High-camp musical Diva: Live From Hell! – book and characters by Nora Brigid Monahan, music and lyrics by Alexander Sage Oyen – is making its UK debut at the small theatre space under the railway arches in Battersea, and stars the excellent Luke Bayer, who we caught last year in the Hope Mill Theatre’s production of Rent.

In this loose retelling of All About Eve, Bayer plays the role of Desmond Channing – based on Bette Davis’ iconic Margot Channing.

The story sees Desmond singing at the Seventh Circle, which is Hell’s cabaret club, as he recounts the events leading up to his death.

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