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When you subscribe to The Stage, you’re investing in our journalism. We are fully independent, but this means we rely on revenue from readers to survive.We just need someone from the football world to come out now, my bets on Cristiano Ronaldo. Stephen Fry the broadcaster and writer speaks up for gay rights more than most of the public realise. I’d of put him higher on the list, but purely because I want him, if only people where possessions. Oh wait I have heard his voice in Alice and Wonderland though, I think. Attitude has always made refreshing reading when compared to the Gay Times, but well done on a well written and well put together issue this month. I actually like how they tell you what a book is like and then you can sus out if it’s worth buying for yourself. No supprise really, those writter types prefer it there. Julian Clary the entertainer seems to be making a come back to our TV screens recently following on from his former boyfriend going to Austrailia (I found that out in Attitude Magazine as well, a informative issue). Here some links to very yummy images of him: Tovey Twitter02 Aac/S0to Kho Fgo I/AAAAAAAABe E/CHmm23Hzbn4/s400/Being Human Russell Again someone remind me, people aren’t possessions. Recently the media have picked up about his recent relationship breakdown and his new partner aged 26. Scott Mills the Radio 1 DJ, I hadn’t realised was gay! Love his radio 1 show, I always listen on my way home from work in the car, it makes me smile and often laugh. Only joking, that would be slavery and that is BAD. He has been writing books for a while, but I think he’s a gifted entertainer as well, so welcome back Julian, you’ve been missed, well by me anyway. Will Young the former winner of Pop Idol (remember that show? The 34-year-old, who is gearing up to host the British LGBT awards on Friday, said she only realised the impact appearing on The Osbournes from 2002 – 2005 had on her when she became an adult.Kelly signed up to the MTV show aged 15 – alongside her mother and X Factor judge Sharon, rock legend dad Ozzy and brother Jack.
Cinderella – Maxine Peake Buttons – Andrew Scott Prince Charming – Paapa Essiedu Dandini – Benedict Cumberbatch Fairy Godmother – Michelle Terry Ugly Sisters – Simon Russell Beale and Mark Rylance Stepmother – Frances De La Tour 2.