Playing at Above The Stag Theatre until 26th August book here , I heard about this show and thought it sounded unusual and worth seeing. With musical styles ranging from baroque to contemporary pop. It moved to the current site in after the pub was demolished. Now located at Arch 72 Albert Embankment in Vauxhall, the venue has recently undergone a transformation. The show is about 1 hour and 50 minutes including an interval of 15 minutes. I collected my ticket from the lovely box office assistant and waited for the house to open.
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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Figures revealed by West Midlands Police show how the number of crimes related to dating apps has soared in the region. In the last five years, dozens of crimes relating to the words Tinder or Grindr have been reported. The number of crimes has skyrocketed from only five in to an astonishing 26 in Last year, the number of crimes reported relating to Tinder hit These included ten instances of violence against a person and five thefts, with two sexual offences. Read More In terms of Grindr, last year saw four instances of violence against a person - and one sexual offence. There was also one drug offence.
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Photo Credit — Flickr Creative Commons: Upon exploration of Grindr it is evident that homonormativity is in play. The expression of homonormativity can be seen through: The frequent self-labeling of users as being masc masculine. The expression that fems feminine gay men are unwanted or not preferred.
The issue was even thought to affect people who have opted out of sharing data Dating Identities of gay dating app users could be exposed by Jacob Dirnhuber 0 SECURITY experts found a software error in gay dating app Grindr that could have exposed the real identities of its three million daily users. The issue was even thought to affect people who have opted out of sharing data, reports The Sun. Cybersecurity expert Trever Faden said: But he was shocked to discover that it gave him access to users' unread messages, email addresses, deleted photos, and allowed him to pinpoint their exact location.